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Q.Self Seeding Violas

Zone tr153lq | Anonymous added on August 31, 2023 | Answered

i have a lot of violas that have somehow self seeded in my vegetable patch i pulled them up but have more coming up how can i kill them off they are taking over

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Answered on September 4, 2023

They do self-seed easily. It is best to keep pulling them out as you see them. If you mulch well, that will help keep the seeds from germinating. There are weed preventers that you can apply in vegetable gardens that create a protective barrier to stop seeds from germinating. Reapply about every 9 to 12 weeks.

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