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Re: Houttuynia cordata, smoke bush

Yup, as Kitty said, you're just kidding yourself.  In a dry border,
it will take that plant about 5 years to build up steam, but once it
does, it moves out steadily.  A pot is safer.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Theresa- yahoo <tchessie@yahoo.com>
> Appaently this is my year to buy invasive plants, only to find out
later.  I
> bought one of these last weekend- the day after I dug up my "Fen's
> Euphorbia and put it in a pot to restrain it.  I had planned on the
> houttunynia cordata as a patch of low growing color in a dryish
> think it would be Ok- or am I just kidding myself.

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