I spent a few hours on May 6th concentrating on one problem area of my garden. You’d think my problem would be the gigantic mint bed, and I will get to that, but this problem area has bermuda grass. Bermuda grass is much harder to remove than mint and I don’t think bermuda grass would be good in tea, so it goes first.
The west and north sides of my garden.
I used my Troy-bilt tiller to help me remove the tough bermuda grass roots. Of course the tiller just breaks up the ground. After the ground was broken, I used a couple of different types of rakes [lawn and bow] to work the roots out from the dirt. It was hard work!