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barrier plants

Posted by mushbanana VA (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 20, 04 at 12:14

hey yall i am trying to think of more plants that can be used as barrier plants, plants that are particularly good at holding back grasses and invasive weeds...the only ones i can think of are comfrey and lemon grass (which doesn't grow so well up here)...any other ideas?? i need them asap...thanks, rebecca

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RE: barrier plants

How about mints, and also the orange daylily?

RE: barrier plants

Daffodills and garlic. Most bulb plants can be used as a grass barrier.

Those are the ones that come to mind right away. I will keep thinking on it.

Eric in Japan

RE: barrier plants

even something as virulent as kikuy?


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