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Re: Innvasive Companions etc

  • Subject: Re: Innvasive Companions etc
  • From: Dan & Lu Nelson hostanut@Bellsouth.net
  • Date: Wed, 28 May 2003 10:48:58 -0400

Glen, this should be fun...what is invasive for me, may not even grow for others, but how's this for a start?

Invasive list:

Vinca, pachysandra, Hedera helix English Ivy, Artemesia Limelight, lamiastrum galeobdolon, Ajuga, some ferns, Liriope muscari, Euonymus,  


gingers (Asarum), Lamiastrum galeobdolon 'Herman's Pride', variegated Ajuga [;-)], Ceratostigma plumbaginoides 'Plumbago', Ficus pumilla 'Creeping Fig', Iris cristada (semi-invasive), Ophiopogon Black Mondo, Acorus, Carex, Polygonatum (miniature & variegated), Brunnera macrophylla

Semi-invasive (easy to pull)

Galium odoratum (Sweet Woodruff)
Myosotis scorpioides (Forget me nots)
Japanese Painted Fern
Convallaria majalis (lily of the valley)

enough for now....

Lu & Dan

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