Help! Chameleon plants gone wild!
I hope someone out there can help me...
A few years ago, I planted some chameleon plants in two of my gardens and now I cannot get rid of them. Last summer my husband and I spent numerous days pulling the plants up, but this spring they came back. I finally gave in and bought Round-Up on the advice of our local nursery. I felt really bad, I never use stuff like this and I felt like such a plant murderer! Well, it's now fall and I have sprayed these plants many times over the season, and while the total number of plants has lessened, there's still more growing every time I look.
Could anyone tell me how to get rid of these plants once and for all? Also, in my one garden, the chameleon plants grow in the same spot as my tulips. Any idea if I could have killed my spring bulbs with all the Round-Up? I didn't use it until the tulips were dormant and brown, and took care not to spray any of these plants.
Thanks for the help.