Cameleon Plant - Houttuynia cordata variegeta [will invade every nook and
Snow On The Mountain -AEGOPODIUM [also known as gout weed, very invasive]
Bears Breeches [Acanthus hirsutus]
Perilla - Perilla frutescens [a self sowing herb, a favorite here]
Lemon Balm - Melissa officinalis [another invasive herb favorite]
Or any mint [uuggghhhhhh]
"WARRENRN1" < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
I know darn well Kudzu will winter over in cold climates as it was
originally grown in Japan and japan gets some pretty darn cold
weather. Its also quite abundant in Korea and we all know Korea gets
some kind of cold, and my cousin when he visited me 9 years ago who
lives in north central Pennsylvanis took back some Kudzu to plant
(totally against my wishes) to keep a washout from getting any worse,
and its survived many a cold winter. Whata plant(s) exactly was in
question is beyond me............I assumed it was the Kudzu as thats
when the ability to read post showed up.
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Well Karen, you are rude to suggest people can't read. The first post many
of us are reading in this thread does not quote the original that states the
poster is from Canada. The subject says Re: I want an invasive plant! The
body of the post lists a few suggestions without the original message being
quoted. Besides, all the plants I posted are cold hardy perennial or self
sowing. They are good plants for Canada. So dear, perhaps you should
"Karen" < email@example.com> wrote in message
Hi Sue, and I am in Zone 5a, Ohio, just across the little pond from Canada.
On a clear night I could see Canada's lights. It amazes me how people
become rude to others when they are posting to a newsgroup.
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