OK, this isn't strictly home repair, but I figure the gurus here have dealt with every possible eventuality, so here goes:
I am having two large evergreen bushes removed. They were standing on each side of my front walk. I intend to put large decorative pots in their place with appropriate plants. (Suggestions welcome -mini-climate is So. Calif coastal)
What's the fastest way to kill the stumps (approx 10" diameter)?
Last time I dealt with a stump, decades ago, one was supposed to buy a chemical and introduce it via holes bored in the stump.
Gardener told me to just use gasoline.
Any information out there on (a) fastest and (b) most effective, and maybe (c) least expensive way. (though that's not the deciding factor ).