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Organic Gardening: Black walnut leaves

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Kurten, TX
(Zone 8b)

February 2, 2010
6:40 PM

Post #7522750

In December I had an opportunity to rake up a bunch of leaves from a friends place. I was thrilled because our trees are still young so very little leaf fall . The leaves were from her big Black Walnut. I mulched a bed with roses, brugs, daturas and lillies. The roses look fine, but I am worried about the others, especially the brugs. Am I going to lose them? I had no idea black walnut was toxic to some plants. Maybe I should rake what I can out of the bed?
Found my answer !

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