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Wednesday, April 28, 2021

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Kris P

It's a fabulous plant for the foliage alone but I'm sure it'll be all the more wonderful when you have one healthy clump.

Barbara H.

I didn't know that that was how they spread. I have the plain green ones in my woods and it's always fun to spot them in the spring. One day they are nowhere to be seen and the next day there they are.

danger garden

Excellent! My podophyllum have been doing something similar, they even started coming up in the pathway to the patio, which of course is not going to work.

Linda Brazill

DANGER — This is a little more traveling than I anticipated, but much easier to control than native mayapples.

Linda Brazill

BARBARA — I assume the natives do the same only more aggressively.

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