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HELP! Passion vine taking over

Hi Everyone- I'm Stephanie, the Fiction moderator, and I need your gardening expertise.


I have passion vine that is trying its hardest to take over my whole yard.  It sprouts up everywhere - and seems to have runners under the ground, as well as tossing itself out into the middle of the grass.  Once it attaches itself to something else- shrubbery, trees (the dog, if he stands still too long) it covers it completely and smothers it.


Here's a link to what it looks like:


Ft Pierce is actually fairly close to me, and this lady is not kidding, this vine is seriously invasive.  Now, I know this is a horrid thing to ask of avid gardeners, but....


PLEASE TELL ME HOW TO KILL IT!  :smileyvery-happy: