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Re: CULT: Companions-Ajuga

From: Maslon@aol.com

 reporting back:The ajuga used in my back yard (northern climate) is easily
controlled and iris rhizomes grown with no effects to moisture (climatic
also iris is not in contact with ajuga .plastic rings of  stiff black plastic
circle each the  groups of rhizomes, for some this process is impracticle, for
myself with lots of time and have startedat the begining  , one group a time.
the plastic rings keep the exact cult. in place and have not had any mislabled
rhizomes given. when the ajuga grows along the path given the effects are
impressive. well, I was impressed at least.
one thought through it does take some time to make it happen with
transplanting and all.

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