Getting rid of Russian sage

ohcathy(6a)May 12, 2013

I had about 10 feet of Russian Sage dug up. When I went to plant some roses in it's place, I found a lot of roots left behind. Are these going to cause problems later? Is there something I should do to "sanitize" the area.

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I don't know if the roots will tend to resprout (with as much trouble as I've have trying to get mine to grow at all I think not). I think that I would dig out as much as I could anyway.

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