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Re: Artemisias

In a message dated 02/23/2005 2:34:29 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
mtalt@hort.net writes:

Auralie, watch the one just labeled mugwort...it's a pernicious weed
I have been fighting for 20 years; travels underground by nasty white
roots; the smallest bit of which will create a new plant.
You're quite right, Marge.  I have pulled it out of most of its places.  
However, I allow Bee Balm (Monarda didyma), which has to be one of the
most invasive plants going, in one bed, and it has just about contained
the mugwort.  I know Bee Balm is considered a weed by some, but I
love it, and have four colors which extends the bloom for weeks.

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