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The Devil's Garden

  • Subject: The Devil's Garden
  • From: "andreah" <andreah@hargray.com>
  • Date: Fri, 10 Jul 2009 05:54:25 -0400

I have come to the conclusion that Wisteria is Satan's Plant. Now I hate it
as much as I hate squirrels. I have purchased the Devil's Garden. Sigh. When
I would much rather be tending other wonderful plants, I am battling the 9
million wisteria shoots that surface every 5 minutes. These vines are old,
and huge and no matter how much you cut them they sprout again, which I knew
they would, but it's still infuriating. 

What to do? Cut them and start spraying the new growth with Round-Up? I've
got to get some of this under control. It's making me crazy. 


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