Q How can we get rid of wild gar­lic plants in our borders? FREDA GRIF­FITHS, BY EMAIL

Garden Answers (UK) - - Gourmet Grower -

A Wild gar­lic can be in­va­sive and dig­ging up the bulbs will be a la­bo­ri­ous job, es­pe­cially if they’ve been there for some time and have shed seeds into the soil. You’ll be able to weaken the plants by hoe­ing them off in spring. Or, spray them, when they’re in full leaf, with a weed­killer con­tain­ing glyphosate, such as Roundup.

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