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Marble Hill, NY
(Zone 6a)

October 6, 2006
6:01 PM

Post #2791464

Well my invasives and weeds are putting on quite a show this fall.

Believe it or not, this represents a lot of progress. When I first moved here three years ago I had a field of 'stuff' over 6ft tall and wild grapes and other vines hugging everything. I have found that as I clear out one 'layer' of weeds it just provided room for new and different types of stuff to grow, so I'm always discovering something new to kill.

Maybe I should start a name that invasive contest?

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Lansing, KS
(Zone 5b)

October 6, 2006
6:03 PM

Post #2791474

JX~be careful... you just might win that contest! LOL ;0)

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