If you have velvet groundsel in your garden, there are a few things you can do to make sure that it doesnít escape into the wild! Remove all flowerheads before seeds start to form, and either burn them or take them to your local refuse transfer station. The same applies to any stem fragments from trimming, and root fragments from digging. The best option, though, is to remove velvet groundsel from your garden altogether, and plant a forest friendly alternative in its place.
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