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Re: Indigofera Kirilowii

Donna, in my garden if I'm not sure whether a plant is a weed
or something to be saved, I give it a sharp tug.  If it comes out
easily, it is a fine plant that should have been saved.  If it does
not pull easily, it is surely a weed.

In a message dated 06/18/2005 4:59:36 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
gossiper@sbcglobal.net writes:
Today, as I was weeding that area, noticed a tag near
what I thought was a weed. Now I can't decide if it is
that plant or a weed! A few web sites later, I am
still sitting on my patio deciding. I wish the darn
thing showed signs of a bloom, it would make it so
much easier!

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