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Re: today now weeding or lack of....


Do you have a "swamp"? I have it in the wettest area of my yard, and it loves it! Do have some grassy weeds attempting to take over, though, so if I can't get them under control, the jury is still out.
Cathy
On Saturday, July 24, 2004, at 09:44 AM, Donna wrote:


Interesting Cathy- I have never been able to over winter one- nor did
any seedlings appear. I treat is as an annual here.

Any secret to share?

Donna



Try Lobelia siphilitica - Great Blue Lobelia - self seeds all over the place and seems to be more reliable than L. cardinalis. Cathy

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