I have a small woodland area which has lovely bluebells growing (along with forget-me-nots and a few ferns).
In one area (approx. 2sq m) of the bluebells, I'm being over run by weeds such as sticky buds, dandelion and some other weeds that I have no idea what they are.
Either side of this weedy patch is fairly clear of weeds and doesn't take much looking after.
However, the dreaded weedy patch is driving me crackers. I spend several hours a week pulling up the weeds, only for more to appear soon after. They plants are that dense that I struggle to differentiate between weeds and bluebells.
I was wondering what would be the best way to get rid of the stickybuds etc before they spread even further?
Is there a weed killer that would attack the stickybuds but leave the bluebells? I could just about cope with the loss of the forget-me-nots and ferns if I regained my sanity :)