There's just too much of it @moore.794 . I've been spraying it for years, and mine is thinning out a fair bit compared to my neighbours. At least you can see soil between mine (at the moment). Their ground is completely covered. If I could get someone to come dig it up and take it away, I would. I dig it, pull it, the leaves come off and the blub stays glued into the slimy, waterlogged soil...or if the bulb comes out, it takes loads of soil with it. It's a nightmare!
yes but have to spray with right chemical numerous times ortho weed be gone is one but could take a couple of years. you could try boiling water after digging down to bulbs &pouring large bucket on and covering to keep heat in. good luck
Please don't look if you are a wild garlic fan! I think some of the glyphosate spraying I did in early spring may have had at least a little effect on the plants. The top right of the pic shows my wild garlic situation, and the bottom left shows my neighbours'. I did 2 sprayings, the second being double strength. I have had a go at digging it out, but I have thousands and thousands of large and tiny plants in waterlogged soil, so the roots often remain stuck fast in the mud. Do you have any exp
I didn't plant it @latebloomer, it really is wild. I've weed killed it twice this year, but it thrives anyway. I will have to follow your advice @kathy and dig it up, but it's a bit wet on the waters edge right now, and this is only a fraction of it. Wild garlic is pretty, @tina is clever enough to know how to use it, I love seeing it in flower in parks/woodlands, but it's causing me a serious headache. If it gets in my neighbours' gardens there'll be trouble...😵😵😵😳