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Discussion in 'Gardening & Plant Propagation' started by Blu3duk, Feb 5, 2005.
any one know how to get rid of teasle?
Fuller's teasle appears to be a declared noxious weed in 43 U.S. states. Your county weed department should be able to tell you how to control it--I suspect with sprays or proper cultivation.
I had never even heard of it before your post. Thanks for the education.
Teasle that grows around here is nice in dried bouquets, but I presume you have a lot of it! A small patch grows in poor soil and has never spread.
Hey thats Bull Thistle! When I first saw this post I thought "Whats Teasle?". My mom used it in dried flower displays. Never really had a problem with it. Didn't seem to spread all over in our neck of the woods.