Moving Myrrhis odorata.
Hi, I have moved to a new garden with a severe bindweed (Convulvulus) problem--there is hardly anything else in the garden! I try to keep my use of chemicals very low as I have small children, and anyway a proprietary chemical weedkiller has killed off the top growth but not the thick yellow bindweed rhizomes. It's quite satisfying slowly removing them by hand (my garden is tiny) and I only want to keep one plant, sweet Cicely (Myrrhis odorata). But I have been unable to find out whether you can lift and replant sweet Cicely, or when this should be done, so I can tackle what runs underneath. All advice very welcome...
- 8 Jun, 2011