Underneath one of many hanging pot planters that we have, some kind of fungus grow from drainage holes. It is growing in clumps and brown in colour. They don’t look pretty at all until I took some photos. Enlarged by macro zooms, the small mushrooms have beautiful folds. The stems and the pretty folds can be clearly seen.

Just like fungi, moss is also very primitive species of plants. Through naked eyes, moss is just  mats of greens that can be seen around our garden. They grow in moist places, on rocks and stones and also in crevices in between paving tiles. If you take macro photos of moss, the details of the plants are clear and very pretty. The tiny pods that contain spores look similar to flower buds.