This is the time of the year I start getting calls on the Sunday morning radio show about moss.
When we see it in the lawn, it's an indication that the soil pH and fertility are probably off.
In that case, we get a soil test and figure out what needs to change and how to go about making the change.
But there's something else to consider. Moss is beautiful. My neighbor has Japanese garden and he tries hard to get moss to grow in between the plants.
If you take some time, getting down on your hands and knees, you can enjoy the amazing variety and beauty of the plant. If it was rare, we would work hard to have it in our gardens.
Love your moss!