How do I trim Myrtle ground cover?
Simply so, how do I get rid of Myrtle ground cover?
Spray the area where myrtle is growing with the glyphosate. Apply the glyphosate to the tops and bottoms of the myrtle leaves and vine. Monitor the vine for dieback over the next week. Apply more glyphosate to the myrtle as needed for control.
Similarly, it is asked, is Myrtle A good ground cover?
Myrtle ground cover does best when planted in early spring or fall so that the roots have a chance to become established before extreme temperatures arrive. It grows best in full sun to partial shade and will thrive in almost any soil.
Before Mowing If you want to keep the plants only a few inches off the ground, wait until the ground cover establishes itself, builds a root system and begins to spread. Cutting too early may damage the plant. Once it begins creeping along and growing higher, you can begin to mow.