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Michael from Kalkaska, Michigan writes

Can I use Ornamec in an ornamental perennial garden?

I have a variety of perennials such as sun and daylilies, lucifer tongue, Luine, Shasta daisies, echinacea, chicks and hens, ornamental and asiatic lilies, and all sorts of hardy succulents, creeping and tall phlox, spiderwort, dianthus, Siberian iris and bearded iris uses, along with hostas. I'm having a very hard time getting rid of the grass that's growing in my beds and wanted to know if your product would be safe to use on these plants?


Gordons Ornamec Over-The-Top Grass Herbicide is a great choice for treatment of grassy weeds in established ornamental beds. Many of the plants you have listed are on the "full tolerant" species list on the product label.  For those not listed, you may want to test a small number of plants or avoid spraying over the top of thos plants.

Answer last updated on: 10/03/2017

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