2 questions--moss and cleomes - Knowledgebase Question

Name: Denise Krane
Brook Park, Oh
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Question by denisekrane
July 23, 2010
Least toxic way to remove slippery moss from rubber safety tiles under a tree?

My cleomes are too close together. Should I remove the oldest that are large and going to seed or the small spindly ones that have flowers?

Answer from NGA
July 23, 2010
There's a product called Simple Green that, along with a scrub brush, will eliminate the moss on the rubber tiles. I'd remove the oldest cleomes to make room for the younger plants. As they get more light and don't have to compete for moisture and nutrients with the larger plants, they should grow and fill out nicely for you. Best wishes with your garden!

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