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Re: common mistakes?

In a message dated 9/14/03 3:40:21 AM, mtalt@hort.net writes:

<< Generally don't notice them until

they start to climb something, by which time, they've gotten a good

foothold on life (sometimes in the middle of something else) and they

can be very interesting to remove. >>

Marge, I have this problem, too.  I try to get rid of seedlings and now shear 
my vines when the flowers are spent hoping to reduce new seedlings.  A SA 
just recently appeared in bloom about 9' up in a concolor which I didn't notice 
till I was down the street and it was very visible.

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