Kill My Grass

May 30, 2008 | By | Comments (2)

Q: I have a grass patch lined with edging, then rocks in the rest of the yard. How can I keep the grass from growing in the rocks? Keeping in mind I’m cheap and lazy. Josh Ragsdale

A: Here’s the perfect answer for the cheap and lazy guy. Just spray any grass growing in the rocks with Roundup. Follow label directions carefully and your problem will be no more. Grumpy

COMMENTS

  1. Help in Arizona

    I have grass growing in rocks around another plant. How can i get rid of it and keep it gone, I also am cheap and lazy.

    December 1, 2008 at 1:19 pm
  2. Grumpy Gardener

    No wonder the economy is in such a tailspin — the workforce is filled with cheap and lazy people. If the advice I just gave Josh doesn’t sound right for you, instead of using Roundup to kill the grass, use Grass-B-Gon. This product kills only grassy weeds and doesn’t harm broadleaf plants. You can buy it in a ready-mix spray bottle. Just point it at the offending grass, give it a few squirts, and your problem is fixed.

    December 1, 2008 at 3:00 pm