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Bindweed in the lawn!

I've had success with controlling bindweed in the beds, and actually quite enjoy getting it out!

However I've just realised there is a large patch of it in my lawn. My lawn is not the best, lots of moss etc, though I'm not too bothered by it. But I don't want it to be taken over with bindweed!

Any suggestions? Any hope of keeping it organic, or am I going to have to go for chemicals?


  • nutcutletnutcutlet Posts: 27,160

    Bindweed does its damage by climbing up other plants and overcoming them. If you keep mowing that can't happen

    In the sticks near Peterborough
  • Hmm. Looks like it might actually be ground elder, looking into it. I'd thought it was bindweed as leaves look similar, and the roots are definitely 'binding'!

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