From a Jo-Ann Fabrics we have "Sheet Moss".
Sold in a sheet like mass, it often needs some cleaning of pine needles.
Once teased apart, the mass yields what look like fern fronds.
Again for Jo-Ann's we have "Mood Moss".
Again the moss was pulled up in a mass, and includes lots of litter. This should be saved to be used in its own right (more on that later).
The structures of this fern look like scale wheat stocks.They might serve to model some crop, but as most are curved, braking then into shorter lengths and using them to model smaller plants would be a better option. Or they might be bundled together to stocks of crops left in the field to dry after cutting.
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