Answer: There are several approaches to consider. One would be to consult with an experienced gardener on site as to what the plants are and which might be worth keeping. Most perennials are easily dug and removed, so you might find someone who would like to have them in exchange for removing them. You could also use an herbicide containing glyphosate, although this is nonselective and will damage any plant it contacts. If you use this, be careful to follow the label instructions exactly and shield any plants you wish to keep.
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