The purple little flowers of ground ivy are pretty to look at but danger lies beneath. Creeping ground ivy is a very aggressive plant. It can quickly invade turf-grass from neighboring properties. This creeping perennial stems can be several feet long. These stems are invasive and grow quickly. They can overtake other plants in just a short time. The removal of this invasive plant requires vigilance and careful attention. The entire plant stem needs to be treated. Be careful, re-infestation will happen if the entire stem is not treated. Follow these tips for proper ivy removal.
Creeping Ground Ivy Removal:
- Clean out all ornamental beds
- Keep an eye on property borders
- Treat the entire length of all plants
- Be vigilant
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