How to Kill Moss Growing Between Patio Stones?

Answer Moss is actually a bunch of tiny green plants that grow together in clumps. It is non-vascular and does not have any roots. Ideal growing conditions for moss include soil that is moist, or located ... Read More »

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How to Kill the Moss Growing in Between Bricks?

Wet moss can be as slippery as ice. Moss growing between bricks on a sidewalk is a hazard and should be removed. Dark areas and damp bricks are an open invitation for moss to grow, so let the sun d... Read More »

Weed control between concrete patio stones?

You can make your own weed killer using 1 gallon of vinegar, a cup of salt, and a teaspoon of dishsoap. Be cautious to only spray this in areas you no longer want things to grow. This will prevent ... Read More »

Any ideas for fast growing perennial ground cover to fill spaces between blue stone in patio zone 5/full sun?

Definitely creeping thyme. It grows low to the ground, has a fast creeping habit, and gives off a lovely lemony fragrance, when it is stepped on. It even has tiny little flowers at this time of y... Read More »

How to Get Rid of Moss on My Brick Patio?

Moss grows in damp spots in the yard and places that retain moisture, such as bricks. If moss is beginning to cover your patio, there is a danger of someone slipping on the moist vegetation. It is ... Read More »