Posted: 08/11/2015 at 13:12
Digging is effective if you can get all the bulbells out too. Glyohosate does work but always the odd bulbell escapes.
a few years back I asked my local garden centre to get oxalis triangularis purpurea (think that's right) for me. the manager thought it was lovely...my enthusiasm I think rubbed off....with its purple foliage and white/pink flowers. Soon learned it is difficult to eradicate. The odd piece now and then crops up
the "wild" green sort is difficult,,isn't it? I make a point of searching them out, trowel in hand to dig out soil and all.