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This herbicide is key to taming persistent, invasive lesser celandine

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Lesser celandine plants consist of a basal rosette of succulent, dark green, shiny, kidney- or heart-shaped leaves that will creep across lawns and beds. It will form large, dense patches in your garden, so it’s best to watch for it and eradicate even very small clumps of it. You can find it growing in the crowns of perennials and bases of shrubs, too.

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