I saw growing this month some bugleweed. This is what the horticultural website The Spruce says about it:

Bugleweed (Ajuga reptans) is a fast-growing herbaceous perennial ground cover (the species name reptans means creeping) that does a good job of choking out weeds. It produces shiny, dark green leaves and beautiful flower spikes, producing blue, violet, or purple flowers in mid- to late-spring that can reach eight to ten inches tall, although the flower spikes on some cultivars are shorter. Several cultivars offer variegated foliage colours and patterns. Plant bugleweed in the late spring or early summer.  (Emphasis mine)

Here is a planet that beats weeds at their own game. It strikes me as a far better way of ridding the garden of unwanted plants than spraying chemicals or engaging in hours of back-breaking weeding. Similarly, the best way of preventing sin from germinating, growing and spreading in our lives, is to fill them with good and better things. Public worship, Bible Study, caring for others, listening to Christian music: let these fill your time, denying space for greed, envy, malice and pride to spread out and choke.