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Amer. Gardener article/Wild Greens

Has anyone seen this yet? Just got mine today. Interesting reading, and
I may leave the rest of those dandelions I missed on my last pass. But
what really made me giggle was that Marge's (and other Easterners I'm
sure) nemesis, the ubiquitous garlic mustard was spoken of quite highly
as a culinary ingredient. I don't have most of these weeds, seems most
like moist soil, that explains that. Even the weeds I like - henbit and
clover are more scarce this year. Thanks to the drought no doubt. Might
just have to take a new approach to weeding - LOL.

Pam Evans
Kemp TX/zone 8A


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