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Re: Lythrum salicaria

I have a form of L.s. 'Mordon's Pink', which was a hit at the 1995 convention 
and grows back each year to the same size it was in 1995.  It stands about 6 
feet plus and is a gathering spot for bees and butterflies.  Virginia 
considers it invasive but have not prohibited it yet.  I was told that it is 
only invasive if it gets 70 plus inches of moisture and has "wet feet" for 
most of the year -- where mine is it gets about 60 do to watering and it 
drains quickly.

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