Hello Ivan, and welcome to Just Answer!
I'm assuming the stains are green, and you can follow the same directions for removing grass stains on clothing (the stains are caused by the green-pigmented chlorophyll in the plants). This has worked for me in the past--You will need: an enzyme laundry pre-treatment product, laundry detergent, rubbing alcohol, and chlorine bleach or color-safe bleach.
First, apply the enzyme pre-soak product or a teaspoon of liquid laundry detergent directly onto the stain. Next, rub the pre-treatment product or detergent into the stain vigorously, and then launder as usual. If the stain has not come out after laundering, do not
put the clothing into the dryer, as that will set the stain; instead, apply some rubbing alcohol onto the stained area with a sponge and try to remove as much of the stain as possible, then launder as usual with detergent, again. If this still does not remove the entire stain, again, do not put into the dryer, but treat the stain with chlorine bleach, if the fabric of the clothing will tolerate it; otherwise, you can use a color-safe bleach.
The information found here will also be helpful:http://www.ehow.com/how_7777697_remove-plant-stains.html
The most important thing to remember is to not
put the clothing in the dryer until you remove the stain completely, as this will 'set' the stain and then it will be very difficult, if not impossible, to remove.
I wish you much good luck and hope you are successful in getting out the stain!
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