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Re: Invasive pseudo

>-- it is almost devestating bird sanctuaries -- is NOT the garden variety 

Here in southern Indiana, I live about a mile from a federal wildlife refuge.
Purple loosestrive is thriving.  The officials there are trying to eradicate
plant because it is taking over the waterfowl areas.  

It's so pretty; is there a domesticated variety that isn't this much of a

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