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Re: Weekend plants and stuff

In a message dated 5/24/2004 7:50:26 PM Central Standard Time,  
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

I've  seen yards where people put too much in and over time they turn sloppy. 
Sounds like you've seen my yard. <LOL> Before I started weeding and  planting 
I pulled out tons of Physostegia and Joe Pye weed.  After I  finished I 
couldn't even tell I had removed anything.  Then I attacked the  golden rod.  Now I 
can at least see my hollyhocks.  I still have  enough wild ageratum and 
several kinds of monarda to populate the world.  I  love these plants, but they 
sure are prolific reseeders.  I gave away  enough Rudbeckia for a group in the 
next town to plant a 300' bed.  I will  be pulling out stuff for the rest of the 
zone 7
West TN

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