anything wrong with just leaving creeping charlie?
I live in a fairly crunchy part of the world. Lots of my neighbors have chickens, many of us don't use herbicides because we don't like them.
I have a fair amount of creeping charlie and honestly I don't mind it. I think it's pretty, it has a nice smell, and it doesn't require any work on my part.
I have lots of flower beds and I work hard to keep it (and morning glory and some other nameless vine) out off there. But under my oak leaf hydrangea I'm inclined to let it live. Saving me mulching and weeding.
Is anything wrong with this? Will my hydrangea die because of it?
I also have sedge and verticillium problems. I feel like creeping charlie is low on my list of concerns.