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Joy Graham

although it is a pretty plant, I have to say that I am not a fan; I planted it in a large bed in my previous house and it became very invasive.

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Enroot Landscape Planning and Design

Beautiful photos! Thank you

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hillonthehouse

I had heard of it, but didn't know much about it when last week I saw the last plant available at a local nursery and snatched it up. Since the table was empty of all but one I figured other folks were buying it. I'm adding it to our wooded mountain landscape in North Carolina. It might not have been born here, but I think it might like being adopted.


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