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Well, to all of you out there who last week attempted to unravel the ID of the plant in my garden that looks Geranium-ish: it bloomed! And I still haven't the slightest idea what it is! Here is a shot of it yesterday. It appears that where each of these tiny, 1/2 inch blooms are, there could be many more, as in a cluster, maybe. The entire plant is about a foot tall and about the same wide. So, is it a bad thing or a good thing here? Any help will be appreciated. Thanks, Penny
Makes a nice ground cover, has shallow roots that take little from the soil, keeps out worse weeds until you decide to plant the space, prevents erosion. I love it and encourage it. Even collected seeds several years to spread it to beds and areas outside the fence where I needed filler and color.
i pull them out. they have a tendancy to be invasive and seem to like to grow right in the middle of other things.
the roots are very shallow so they are easy to pull.
funny how some weeds we let grow, others we dont.