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Re: bind weed or morning glory ruins two Hostas

<<  Just leave the ends of the bind weed
 in the Round-up until they look good and dead.  Might take a

I need to know what is bind weed.  N.


Hi Narda,
This side of the pond we are particularly troubled by:-

Field Bindweed - Convolvulus arvensis
Hedge Bindweed or Bellbine - Calystegia sepium

They are a pain in the &*!! and I have given up trying to
eradicate them systemically.  Instead I give the particular
flower bed a thorough dig every 3 years - most of the perennials
need dividing by then anyway - and remove as much root as
possible.  Any root left will grow and grow and grow!!
All the best

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