Drill a hole in the root and pour salt down it ...
nah, forget the salt pour roundup on it it will kill the whole root brush killer
To grow Teucrium Creticum shrubs you need t plant them in a soil bed that will receive a lot of sunlight. Each plant should be spaced 10 toÊ12 inches away from each other. You should also give the shrubs 3 inches of water on a weekly basis.Ê
What kind of shrub? How large is it? Cut it down - all the branches - as close as possible to ground level, then dig out the remainder - as much as you have energy for! Keep an eye out for suckers that may arise from roots left in the ground. If you must, use an herbicide on the remaining roots, on the cut edges, so it can be drawn into the plant.
Dig around the roots first and use the body of the shrub as a lever to loosen the rootball . It makes it a lot easier.
the answer is NOT roots. It is called Rhizomes. They are rootlike structures because they can't absorb water.
Late fall and early spring are good times to move burning bushes. The shrubs in question will have enough time to adapt to the new location before the respective stresses of winter's cold and summer's heat.