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greenneck
Paoli, IN

May 16, 2011
4:37 AM

Post #8566099

so who wiil do 'judicous pruning' later? a MAJOR invasive - do not buy or plant.
jazzy1okc
Oklahoma City, OK

May 17, 2011
4:34 AM

Post #8568677

I disagree.
I have very well behaved vinca that does year-round duty in the tough areas under trees in my yard. Couldn't garden without it. Think it depends on the variety and where you live. I pull it up if it's in the way, and we live very well together.

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