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Re: Bittersweet + Virginia creeper

Virginia creeper could be considered a nuisance, but it's all in where you put it and what you use it for. I've actually recommended it as a slope stabilizing groundcover in shade (they were actually considering English ivy!), and its Fall show is quite pretty.
On Sunday, December 5, 2004, at 07:39 PM, Andrea H wrote:

Wow, you would think they would collect it. Maybe that should be put out to
the local garden clubs as a decorate AND save the environment message! we
have Virginia creeper here as a giant nuisance, but not nearly that bad, and
it too is quite pretty. I was astounded when I saw it for sale in some
catalogs for northern nurseries, but again, it's all in where it's growing.
Fortunately, it's too salty here for Kudzu, hallelujah!

Andrea H
Beaufort, SC

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