In search of tiny plants!

Looking for very small, very light plants, nothing over 1 inch in height or width at maturity, or very light mosses. Any and all suggestions very welcome. Beauty is important but not necessary. Must be able to grow these plants hydroponically in styrofoam.
If anyone knows of an online source that arranges plant life by height and weight (accurately speaking, most sites are very, very wide ranging in what they consider to be a 'small plant'), I would be incredibly grateful. Are there any e-Businesses that specialize in wee, teeny plants?
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Do a web search for rock garden plants. Many can grow in a regular garden setting, and most are quite small.
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Ann, Gardening in zone 6a
Just south of Boston, MA
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Here is a place which specializes in tiny plants for terrariums and things:
http://www.violetbarn.com/miniature_houseplants.htm
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Look for a dealer that specilizes in "terrarium plants".
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&ie=UTF-8&q=terrarium+plants&btnG=Google+Search

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You mean like some of those cute runty little cati? I think they are very pretty and hardy and amazing when they flower. and often they are short about one inch and they grow in a tiny terra pot that is a simular hight just curious what do you need these for any way?
On Thu, 20 May 2004 02:22:30 -0400, "Anne Hedden"

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