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RE: todays issues in the garden......

I can relate to plants traveling all over :(

So how is the new job going Zem? Sounds like your garden is out having fun
while you are away <lol>


> Today I noticed my Black & Blue salvia is coming up all over the place --
> like all over the yard.  I dug it up and, voila, it travels by underground
> runners.  There were a whole bunch of them.  I just put those babies back
> in
> the bed where they belonged.  Can you imagine B&B being an invasive?  I
> noticed, too, that my Phlomis fruticosa has multiplied by rooting
> everwhere
> the stems have come in contact with the ground.  It's blooms are currently
> opening.  In fact, everything is jumping up all over the place much faster
> than I can control it.  Oh, and the creepiest thing -- I'm finding
> gazillions of tiny rose plants everywhere!  They are just like those we
> call
> 'wild' with the little white blooms.  Anyway, I don't know where they are
> coming from, but they have taproots that reach to China.
> zem
> zone 7
> West TN

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