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Re: Chinese ginger - Yo Kitty!

In a message dated 08/09/2004 5:10:58 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:
Your club member sounds a bit controlling for sure.  But for some people
spreading does need to be considered.  Some people don't have the time to
spend protecting valuable plants from thugs.
  This person has  10 acres and a gardener.
  I know I am much too relaxed about letting things grow where they want to,
but usually  they aren't hard to pull out when  they get in my way.  I have 
a problem in the vegetable garden with borage reseeding all over the place and
the big plants flopping all over the lettuce bed, etc., but once it has 
bloomed I 
pull it out - comes up easily.  I like not having to replant it each year.  I 
the blue edible flowers.  I'm a messy gardener.  What can I say?

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