Killing @!*#! Vines
I need some serious advice.
In my idiocy and subconscious "Oh, it can't be that bad" state, I planted very pretty vines.
Chocolate vine (that gorgeous thing over GardeningGramma's back door)
and 3 Chinese hybrid honeysuckles.
They're taking over. Even the grass. They're pulling down branches of trees, and laughing at me.
I sprayed my beloved Round-up all over the chocolate vine, but it seemed to act like fertilizer. I simply cut down the honeysuckles, but you know how they'll come back 10 times stronger.
What can I do that will effect their root system? The unspoken is, of course, without killing everything else in the garden.
I'm pulling it out every day. I'm even going to dig out a raised bed to get rid of the chocolate vine's home base.
Thanks for your thoughts!