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RE: invasives

Exactly the same here on the butterfly bush and privet.  One of my problems
is that most of my neighborhood is getting older and are not as able to
clean out privet seedlings so they are getting bigger and closer.  My Crepe
Myrtle has only put out one seedling and it was in the same bed.

> [Original Message]
> From: Chris <>
> To: <>
> Date: 1/11/2008 6:43:08 PM
> Subject: RE: [CHAT] invasives
> Whenever I say that some plant hasn't been a problem for me, it inevitably
> becomes a pest! Butterfly bushes are coming up everywhere and the privets
> are too! I didn't know about crape myrtles spreading their seed around.  I
> hesitate to say that I haven't had any baby crape myrtles appear in the
> garden- I'll update you all this summer!  I've been growing one specimen
> least 10 years now.  Maybe it's sterile!
> Chris Petersen
> Northport, Long Island, New York
>  Zone 7a (Average min temp 50 - 00)
> My garden:
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