How to weed a wildflower patch

In this short video guide, Monty Don shows you how to keep a wildflower area looking good by weeding out the more invasive plants in summer, before they set seed.

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In this short video guide, Monty Don shows you how to keep a wildflower area looking good by weeding out the more invasive plants in summer, before they set seed. Watch this useful guide to learn how to identify and remove dock, hemlock and sow thistle, so that more desirable and interesting wildflowers such as red clover, campion, viper's bugloss and annual poppies can thrive and multiply.

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