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    crab grass???

    do you know how to get rid of crab grass in a garden without getting rid of flowers.... linda
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    Do you have mulch down between the flowers?

    We've taken newspaper and laid it around plants out front to get rid of grass and other plants we didnt' want in the flower garden. After we laid down the newspapers, we put mulch over the paper to cover it up.


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    If the crab grass is just growing in spots, I would carefully spray the grass with something like roundup--wait a week and reseed. Is the crabgrass growing in flower beds? In that case, I would just put my back into it, and yank the grass up.


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