How do you get rid of wild violets in the lawn?

I have tried several different products but they seem to keep on multiplying.

  5 answers
  • Nancy Turner Nancy Turner on Feb 05, 2018
    Check with your local home improvement store with someone that works in that department and they may be able to recommend something that may be more specific to what you need.

  • Linda Shelton Linda Shelton on Feb 05, 2018
    Please leave them..the butterflies and bees desperately need them.i mow higher then normal so they rarely get mowed down..yards that are wild violets.are sprayed with poison and kills many pollinators we desperatly need..

  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Feb 06, 2018
    Dig them up and move to somewhere you don't mind them multiplying. Or Dont let them flower and spread their seeds...........

  • Lisa S. Lisa S. on Feb 06, 2018
    Dig them up. I have tons and cannot get rid of them either. But digging them up helps. They really invade my garden. Also spray with plain white vinegar, salt and dishwashing liquid in a bottle. ON a hot day, spray, but don't touch anything you want to live. It will kill them, but you may have to do it 2 times.

  • Jane Jane on Feb 06, 2018
    We had a lawn full when we moved to our new home. After a lot of money, time, effort, we decided to get our lawn professionally sprayed & fertilized for a year. What a difference!! It costs $40 per treatment over a year & 5 treatments. Well worth it, they are still treating my lawn, it looks beautiful.