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I’m trying to dig out a bed of agapanthas. When I’ve got the bulk out is there anything I can spray on the roots to stop them coming back again? I wish to replace them with a bed of hydrangeas. This bed runs alongside my driveway and is well established, unfortunately!!

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Agapanthus is a difficult plant/weed species to remove. Many herbicide sprays are also only marginally effective on difficult to control. Control by physically digging out plant, roots and all. Getting in a small digger and operator to remove every last bit if access is good saves alot of time and energy and does a thorough job. Also use glyphosate or Escort spray to control in addition.

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