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    • ‘Tis strange but moss is one of the few things that doesn’t grow up there.  I have had to uproot small birch tree seedlings in the past which could have been interesting if I had left them?

      • I know somebody who uses a trowel to lift saplings – ash, rowan and sycamore – and then pots them as bonsai trees. I don’t think it would be a good idea to let birch seedlings on the roof grow into trees. The roots might undermine the slating.

        • That’s why I remove them.  I tried growing bonsai trees from birch seedlings in the past.  Damn things died.  Anyway, I have enough birches in the woods. 

  1. As long as you don’t end up having to mow your roof? And I have moss growing in two places on the roof(s) of my house and every year I swear I’m going to scrap it off and every year I have to wait till next year before I swear again to scrape it off. Etc.

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