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RE: Bermuda grass wars


Daryl, where do you live that you can have lily of the valley-- I
thought that stuff was attempting to take over the world?!?

Donna


> Funny that I don't remember runners, but maybe my Mom just left them
in
> one
> patch. I remember that she used to go out and garden right after
> breakfast,
> and stay out almost all day, so maybe she was pulling them. I don't
know,
> and she died a couple of years ago so I can't ask.
> 
> I guess I'll order some seeds again and see whether I can get a few
going
> on
> the east side of the house. It may be, that like Lily of the Valley
> (another
> favorite) that they will always be out of reach for me.
> 
> Daryl

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