I'm new here and I'm new at gardening. Ground elder was already present in the garden the day I've bought my house. Until now I've been able to keep it in the "wild" part of the garden. But I would like to make this small garden into a garden for wildlife with insect friendly plants and wildlife/ bird friendly places and a little pond for frogs and toads (who visit this garden every year). So I would also like to tackle the part where the ground elder lives.
Who ever I speak to they all say that once ground elder is in your garden it is there to stay until eternity. I was wondering if there is a way to get rid of it in nature/ wildlife friendly way?