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Re: Artemesia 'Limelight' NOW Mugwort

In a message dated 04/13/2003 3:07:44 AM Central Daylight Time, 
mtalt@hort.net writes:

> (AKA mugwort)!  

So far mine has not traveled.  Maybe this is yet another example of a plant 
that's invasive in some places and not in others.  Several years ago I bought 
a plant labeled as "woodland poppy."  It has turned out the be "the plant 
from hell" -- sends out fleshy, orange runners all over the place.  I'd have 
to literally dig up my yard to be completely rid of the thing.  I gave one to 
my neighbor (before I realized its characteristics), and hers has never 
multiplied.  Go figure.

zone 7
West TN

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