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RE: Glechoma was: Progress on the garden wall

Oops- should have read this first before replying... I thought it was in
your grass not the flower beds.... might kill off everything there.


> Marge: This stuff is everywhere on my property...I'm not sure I can
> rid of it by now...it is even in the turfgrass. Fortunately, I don't
> have any low growing plants that it smothers, so at this point I think
> I'm just going to content myself with calling it a
> my battles in this case means devoting myself to ridding the property
> the dreaded field bindweed, which has a bad habit of climbing all over
> my taller plants and making a mess. Compared to that rascal of a
> the ground ivy problem is bearable. :-)
> Melody, IA (Z 5/4)
> "The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious."
> --Albert Einstein

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