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This year it is the blue lobelia, L. Syphilitica, and the foxgloves that
have seeded themselves around with abandon!  I didn't really care for blue
lobelia until it reached clump strength.  Now it glows in the shady areas!
Mine looks like the top photo on this link:
http://www.ncwaterfalls.com/flora/lobelia1.htm I need to take a picture of
it soon as I realized that I haven't photographed it yet.  I guess that I'm
getting sloppy as the season progresses.

 I won't even mention the zillions of perilla and Eupatorium 'Chocolate'
seedlings!  They are turning into ground covers in some of my beds!

Long Island, NY
Zone 7

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