Fall growth of Shiny Geranium
My wooded acre is covered with Shiny Geranium and it is attacking from all sides. I sprayed as best I could last spring with Triclopyr but there is too much ground to cover and the little guys are back now in the fall with a vengeance. Now I will try using the propane torch method where it is possible. Will they flower again before spring or do I have some time to get this done on our dry days this fall? I fear I will kill all the existing ground cover leaving a vacant bed for all noxious weeds to fill in. (At this point I am happy with dandelions!!) I see this as never ending. It is growing on the trees!! Any ideas welcome. Thanks, Mary
Clackamas County Oregon
Thanks for the links. That helps to know it will not try to flower again in the next couple of weeks. I will see what I can attack in between rain storms. I have not given up yet, but the thought of spending this much time every year on one weed is daunting. Give me back my ivy!!??
Best wishes in your battle with shiny geranium.