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Q.My Front Garden After Ash Tree Removed, Bishop Weed Has Gone Crazy !! I Would Like To Eliminate Hopefully Rescue A Few Hosta And H

Zone 55418 | tasusi6 added on October 13, 2021 | Answered

ydrangeas.. will have to let tulips and Trout lilies be a loss. ? Would covering with Landscape Weedblock or Clear Plastic be the better way to prevent (Bishops weed) from coming back? And hopefully paint in less spring summer. Or wait a year ???? 50’x50′ ? Front yard, hosts, phlox, solid and variegated Solomon seL 4 varieties of tulips as well as Trout lilies, hydranges, grasses, day lily, clematis. All being OVERWHELMED by Bishops weed ? tried cardboard and it’s finds it way…. thank you for any advise. Clear plastic ?heavy duty Landscape fabric????????

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Answered on October 14, 2021

I do think that solarizing will be the best way forward. I would pull out anything that you wish to keep alive once dormancy rolls around, or as they begin to slow down for the year. After, you can solarize the area. This article will help:


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