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Re: foxglove

Can I ever identify. I have the healthiest crop of crabgrass ever in  
the garden beds, but with heat indexes of 105, I'm not about to  
attempt a clean-up. Unfortunately, my place is too big and I have  
been gone too much this year and all grassy weeds seized their  
opportunity. Even beds that were thoroughly cleaned once have a  
second crop. I have never used Preen before, but I think I am going  
to try it.

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Aug 14, 2007, at 11:00 PM, Judy Browning wrote:

> too true Bonnie. I agreed to have a garden tour here. It's going to  
> be a lot of "Now you can see what happens if you let THAT seed  
> around" I just don't think I'll have time to weed and thin it all.  
> The beds I weeded a couple of weeks ago need attention already &  
> some I have barely touched this year. This isn't a great time for  
> blooms in my garden. I'll have some lillies, hosta,  & roses, grape  
> arbor over the carport is fantastic & green seedless should be ripe.

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