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Getting Rid of Morning Glory

Although I can't imagine anyone not loving these beauties, I will admit they can be prolific self-seeders. However you can use the same procedure to get rid of them as you would any other unwanted plant. Specifically, either kill it with weed killer or pull it up. Those are really the only two solutions.

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By nonniebeth from Rome, GA

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June 12, 20190 found this helpful

I love them but they're killing my roses and look junky climbing on them. They came right up through heavy cardboard and bark mulch. I don't want to accidentally kill the roses faster by removing the MG.

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