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Mar 2, 2011 8:24 AM CST
Name: leaflady
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Love the sinner, hate the sin
Henbit & mints as well as some other creeping plant I can't think of the name of right now are all over my yarden. I love them as well as knot weed because they stay low to the ground and have nice(?) fragrances. Bees love them. Little Bluetts stay green most of the year here and bloom all of the growing season. Mints that get taller make the yarden smell wonderful when you mow.

Common Tansy spreads by roots as well as seeds. I've had success with it repelling ants. There is an aphid that loves milkweed and Morning Glories that I don't think anything repels. I just spray them with Raid, etc. or put on gloves and strip them off the vines and plants. They will sometimes get over on the Asparagus beans growing with the MGs.

What is a hog swap?

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