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There Must Be!

Posted by flowerbrackob z4 WI (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 17, 13 at 20:09

If a landscaper can rid the lawn of weeds, is there something that will do the same in the garden?
Without killing the plants of course. Clover has become ground cover; not my Ajuga; since all the rain I guess; never had the problem before in my 10 yrs. Arrrgggghhhh, Jaemy

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RE: There Must Be!

clover adds nitrogen to the soil, so perhaps let it grow this season, and turn it into the soil this fall. I, too have various clovers appearing in some of the poorer soil areas in my perennial beds. Usually means I need to use more compost or other healthy top dressing. I've learned to live with clover outbreaks, and hope you can too.

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