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Re: temps/humidity/invaders

Sounds like maackii to me, Cathy.  Check this out and see if it's

I've got that - here on its own hook - and it is a bit weedy.  I've
left one and enjoy it, but most get pulled out.  I find the seedlings
and even youngish shrubs pretty easy to pull out of moist soil,
tho'...not like those blasted walnuts!

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: cathy carpenter <cathyc@rnet.com>
> No, I am pretty sure that the plant is L. maackii, the Amur 
> honeysuckle. It springs up everywhere around here, and I'm forever 
> pulling it. Well, the "everywhere" is a slight exaggeration, it
likes a 
> bit of shade, so I find it in the shade garden and under just about

> every large tree on the property.
> Cathy
> On Wednesday, June 4, 2003, at 08:43 AM, Kitty wrote:

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