Month: September 2018

Weed early and often: creeping buttercup

Creeping buttercup (Ranunculus repens). When creeping buttercups first appeared in my garden, I was inclined to think positively about them. After all, they seemed preferable to pachysandra, which I detest, as a ground cover. I thought they might be hardy geraniums until the yellow… Continue Reading “Weed early and often: creeping buttercup”