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Old 12-30-2019, 05:44 PM   #11
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I don’t mind them being aggressive as there is nothing left that the weeds didn’t smother. I will do some more research on it and keep an eye on it. Love having edible plants in the garden.
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Old 12-30-2019, 08:05 PM   #12
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Also the flowers are edible and delicious. I've eaten many for years and have a large patch of them that come up in the same spot each year. Shaded areas around this expansive spot keeps them from spreading, so they are not found in other areas of the yard.
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Also the flowers are edible and delicious. I've eaten many for years and have a large patch of them that come up in the same spot each year. Shaded areas around this expansive spot keeps them from spreading, so they are not found in other areas of the yard.
This is news to me. Thanks. I will check it out, then try some.

I like the idea of shade keeping them in check for you.
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