It can be a challenge to destroy the weeds while maintaining the flowers in your garden. This guide is about killing weeds in flower beds.
Here are questions related to Killing Weeds in Flower Beds.
What weed killer can I use that won't kill my flowers? They are beginning flowers that have not budded yet, they are cock's combs. Please help. There are so many weeds mixed in with them and I'm afraid to pull them because I am pulling the roots of the flowers up too.
I use roofing shingles, I purchased at Lowes. After using for 2 years, still no weeds. I mean 1 or 2 weeds pop out from the outer edge of the flower beds, but its better than 1000"s.. Try it.
How do I kill weeds in my flower and shrub beds with no harm to my plants?
By Harold P
By ken  06/09/2011
Pull all the weeds that are up, then spreed a product called Preen this will keep weed seeds from germinating but doesn't harm the plants that are already up and growing
How do you kill grasses in peony bushes?
By susan  03/25/2014
Carefully pull the grass out by the roots and mulch well to eliminate future problems. It may be easiest, if you live in a cold area, to do this when the peony is dormant so the plant won't be disturbed. You can also dig the peony out if necessary, clean the weeds from the soil, then replant the peony. It's a lot of work, but you'll be left with a really nice flower bed next year.
I would like a recipe for a homemade weed killer for my flower garden.
I am looking for a way to quickly kill weeds in my flowerbeds. I am thinking of using Quick Kill. Is that safe and does it work? I need help. Thanks.
What is a homemade weed killer you can spray in your garden that won't kill the bushes and flowers?
By Laura K.
I put periwinkles in some old good dirt, but I see with different kinds of weed peeping up. How can I kill the weeds without killing the flowers?
By V from Hephzibah, GA
What can we use to kill weeds in an iris bed without harming the irises?
By Barbara from Paducah, KY
I have weeds that have come up. I pull them, but there are some that I can't get a hold of even after it has rained. So I wanted to know what kind of weed killer I can use that won't harm my flowers that are beginning to grow.
Is there a weed and grass killer that is not harmful to flowers, so that it can be used in flower beds?
By DeeDee from Amarillo, TX
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