My flower beds are overgrown with weeds and grass. How do I get rid of

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  • Dig out by hand. Cover with newspaper, cardboard or plastic, or spray with vinegar, kill, dig out and start over.

    • Deb24189506 Deb24189506 on Sep 24, 2017
      At the beginning of spring I started with nothing but fresh dirt and no weeds. I put down weed killer just be safe on top of that after planting roses and blue fescue in my garden.Then I covered the entire surface with the garden ground paper and then my rock. My garden is nothing but over grown weeds now. I can't keep up with trying to keep it nice. So discouraging after all the work I put into it that weeds continue to grow like crazy underneath.

  • Dianacirce70 Dianacirce70 on Sep 24, 2017
    You really have to put the time in and pull the weeds. If you spray it'll kill everything. We had the same issue this year, it got do hot we neglected the flower beds. It took hours, but we got it looking decent again

  • I have news for you. Those weeds are on top of all your hard work. Weeds spread through a breeze or by carrier. Here this will help a bunch of people.

  • Hillela G. Hillela G. on Sep 25, 2017
    cover the plants you want to save and kiill the rest with vinegar