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

well if you feel the need to try it out, just let me
know, be glad to send you box loads of it....;)


--- Chapel Ridge Wal Mart National Hearing Center
<4042N15@nationalhearing.com> wrote:
> While I have said that I hate to throw out any
> plant, that would not include
> Ribbon Grass.  I personally have not grown it, but
> have seen what a pain it
> can be.  I'va also not grown gooseneck loosestrife,
> but recall thinking "oh,
> that might be nice to have", but before I ever
> succumbed, I read too many
> horror stories.
> I'm reading Forest Farm's catalog right now. They
> don't seem to have a
> problem with offering Ribbon Grass, gooseneck
> loosestrife, and even
> Goutweed.  They do have some other very nice items
> that are getting red Xs
> next to their names.
> Kitty

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