Morning Glory Is Invasive

As you can see, morning glories can be extremely invasive. There is a mobile home under the second mound of greenery. We made the mistake of planting the "seedless" morning glory from some branches I got from a neighbor. It has even sent runners under my trailer.

The only way I can see to get rid of something like this is pull it ALL out and use lots of RoundUp on anything else that comes up.

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June 5, 20130 found this helpful

Oh my goodness! It really has taken off! It is so hard to get rid of. I like them on my fence though.

Here is a link I found on how to do it.

Blessings and I can't believe how they have taken over this mobile home! Wow! So sorry you have to deal with this!

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