For the past three or four mornings I’ve been cleaning up the front beds. Long term objective is low to no maintenance appealing shrubbery with the never ending volunteer flowers. Meanwhile, as the gardenias, hollies, and Italian cypress have not achieved full size there’s space, so I plant blackeyes and okra in there. They will soon take off like gang busters.
I don’t mind the clover wandering aimlessly around. Free nitrogen. But I hate that G-D Bermuda grass. Every single stupid strand of it has to be pulled out/broken off by hand. The pulling to breaking ratio is about 1:50. It’s like wire. Also known by the name, Devil’s grass.
The plan was to spray it early this spring with Grass-B-Gone before it got going. That was the plan. Maybe it’s not too late. Worth a try.