Any way to get rid of wild garlic?
I did a complete lawn redo last fall. While the lawn looks great, it's very frustrating to find clumps of wild garlic popping up everywhere. It must have been in the topsoil since I only had a few wild onions last year. Anyway, a little research tells me that this stuff pretty much laughs at chemicals. I did 3 treatments of Roundup to one clump and it's still looking healthy. It's a very round, glossy leaf and nothing sticks to it. There's way too much to dig out. Even if I did dig out several of the smaller clumps, it's a little too late to reseed. I'd just be inviting other weeds into the empty areas. Also, these bulbs are very deep. I doubt I could get them out without leaving bulbs behind. Does anyone have any suggestions as to how I could safely eliminate them?