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What Is This Creeping Vine?

Posted by scorpgirl24 z7NJ (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 13, 07 at 9:35

It's varigated-silver and green. In the early spring it has yellow flowers that resemble a snap dragon. It is creeping under my neighbor's fence into my yard. I can post a photo later-I have to go to work now. It was nice before it went beyond a certain point. Does anyone know what this describes? Is it an invasive weed that I will have to deal with, or a ground cover that was planted? My neighbor didn't plant it. Thanks.
Jo


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RE: What Is This Creeping Vine?

sounds like lamium


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RE: What Is This Creeping Vine?

Yes, it does. While it is not technically a weed, many consider it a noxious weed. It can be very invasive depending on your location.


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RE: What Is This Creeping Vine?

Scorpgirl, buyorsell, it's one of those groundcovers that can be invasive depending on where you live and your conditions. When I lived in northern NJ I could not get it to thrive at all, just smallish clumps would make it through the winters. I had it on the north east side of my home and it was kept on the dryish side. I guess with a little more moisture it would have been happier.
I'd have loved it to spread! but then again I'm one of those nuts that plants creeping charlie and common day flower!


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