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Nancy, Digit and Skybird - you were right!

Posted by powermuffin Rcky Mtns (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 26, 10 at 16:44

I asked what the heck was the weedy plant taking over my flower beds and you all said a campanula and sure enough that is what it is. I see it getting taller and taller. I did as suggested and painted the leaves with Roundup. Most of them are dead or dying. I am sure I'll be doing this regularly, but I guess that is just part of gardening.

Thanks to you all for your help.
Diane


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RE: Nancy, Digit and Skybird - you were right!

Hi Diane,

I guess I should make some witty comment about being right but since it so rarely happens, I am just going to bask in the moment! :)

Actually, I am sorry to hear that I was right because it is a nasty pest but I am glad to hear the round up is working!

Happy to help, Nancy


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