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Killing Morning Glory?

I planted some and it has absolutely taken over my flower bed, even the underneath of my porch. In my flower bed it's like I don't even have any dirt. It's only roots. It did not overcome my iris, canna, or rose bush. Help me please.

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By Amy C.

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May 28, 20130 found this helpful

The morning glory is an annual, but will aggressively reseed itself the following season. It took me years to fully get rid of the vine, due to it reseeding itself. I still love morning glories, just in someone elses garden!

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