There are a couple of gardening shops that I frequently visit. On last Sunday, I noticed new pots of selaginella were displayed on one of the shelves. Some of them were what I only have seen in books. I coud not say they were not in super condition, but not too bad considering the price. I chose "Taiheiraku" and "Tatsugashira". Actually there were more than these that I was attracted, but there is not much space to place in our garden, and it is coming bi-annual selaginella sales exhibition at the end of this month. Both were planted in plastic pots with sand. I replanted them in unglazed pots with "Kanuma" soil.