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RE: todays issues in the garden......picture link

Donna, the leaves on your picture kinda look like my heliopsis (summer sun)
that has taken over one of my gardens.  I bought the mother plant about a
dozen years ago and it stayed put for maybe 5 years.  Then suddenly it was
self seeding all over the place.  The roots you describe don't sound right
for heliopsis, though.  I have an old rose mallow (hollyhock family?) that
has a taproot and self seeds all over the place, too.  Speaking of
invasives, why oh why did I think that gooseneck loosestrife and ribbon
grass was a good combination for a spot near the house where NOTHING would
grow???  Ha!

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