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Re: Artemesia "Oriental Limelight"

In a message dated 5/20/2004 12:19:59 PM Central Standard Time, 
silverhawk@flash.net writes:
I have mugwort...and it does not have a big problem with spreading
I have it (Artemesia vulgaris), too.  I became super vigilant after one of 
Marge's posts a few years ago, I think.  Anyway, I haven't had a lot of problems 
with its becoming invasive, either.  Maybe that's because I check it 
frequently and pull up any offspring appearing where they're not supposed to be.  I 
also have wormwood (A. absinthium) and Sweet Annie (A. annua).  Neither of them 
is a problem.  In fact, I was afraid the A. annua had not reseeded, and I was 
delighted to find some babies nestled quietly in their bed.  I think that one 
is the best smelling plant.  I always keep branches of it in my house during 
the winter.

zone 7
West TN

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