Kill and remove liverwort from outdoor surfaces such as paths, driveways and walls.
Identify the problem
Liverworts are related to mosses but have flattened leaf-like appearance. They can be unsightly on paths and driveways or other hard surfaces and can invade and displace grasses in lawns where light is poor and the solid has poor drainage. They will also grow in cracks and crevices in paths and driveways and can be unsightly.
Removal and prevention of liverwort
- If your outdoor surface has liverworts, moss, black moulds, algae, lichen or other biological growth, use SORTED Moss and Mould. This powerful targeted formulation kills damaging moss, mould, algae and lichen and it goes on to protect the surfaces all season long.
- Simply click the pack onto the end of your hose, spray on the formula and leave. The foam penetrates the surface killing the damaging organisms and they will then weather off naturally over time.
- SORTED Moss and Mould kills and prevents moss, mould, liverwort, lichen and algae.
- Weed Weapon Natural Power and Weed Weapon Rapid Action also effectively kill liverwort.
- Watch the Video on How to Get Rid of Moss (and liverwort) on Hard Surfaces
In Lawns and Flowerbeds
- LawnPro Mossclear can be used to control liverworts in lawns and flowerbeds.
Did You Know
- Liverworts are an ancient line of plants, possessing neither true leaves nor stems. They are closely related to mosses.
- Liverworts or hepatics are Marchantiophyta a division of bryophyte plants.