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Annuals: Overgrown with larkspur..HELP!!!

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(Zone 7a)

November 5, 2001
9:43 AM

Post #17419

While out working in the garden yesterday, I noticed that my second year of growing larkspur has produced an incredible carpet over a vast area that has already sprouted for next year. I have perennials and bulbs in this bed also...what do I do? Will the larkspur overide the perennials and bulbs or can I just let the whole thing grow together? Any easy thinning suggestions? This area is about 8'X 15' and solid with larkspur seedlings. HELP!!!

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