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Re: clover

Me too, although no wild bunnies in my yard.  Not sure it is the same  clover 
as up north, ours has pretty large foliage and blooms beautiful pink  blooms. 
 It covers my flowerbeds in early spring, the daffodils and other  bulbs grow 
great despite the coverage.  Then come May, the clover dies off,  just as the 
rest of the perennials and such are in full bloom, so it is not even  
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 5/19/2008 11:17:31 AM Central Daylight Time,  
silverhawk@flash.net writes:

Call me  weird...but I like clover....and the wild bunnies like it too.  So  
my chickens and goats.  So, I just let it  grow.....

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