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Re: sales now rain

> loosestrife (no lectures please, I keep killing it off and it returns)
> the JB's are eating it! I couldn't decide if I wanted to destroy the JB
> or let them have it and maybe kill off the plant for good.... I didn't
> think anything ate loosestrife! Found this interesting.

I admit I still have a little purple loosestrife left.  It has always been a
beacon for Japanese beetles - better than the yellow rose that is said to be
their first target.  They love it and that's where I watch for them to know
when they arrive.


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