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    okay. i am looking for some serious gardener's. i have a wild flower garden that i planted about 3 years ago. most of the flowers resead themselves. some grow back from roots. i don't like it were it is at. i need to move it or get rid of it. my problem is... even if i move it, how do i make sure that the wild flowers are all gone. especially knowing that seeds can lay dormant and when disturb grow. i was thinking about getting my neighbors bobcat and scooping them up and dumping them on the back hill that i don't mow anyway. i do have clean dirt i can bring in to that spot then but i am afraid that the wildflowers will grow back. because i know that wild flowers are just glorified weeds. and well weeds grow like weeds! any suggestions?

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