If you try and plant grass or flowers in a certain spot they can make
for problems in growing etc, but where you don;t want them they seem
to grow all by themselves. If only flowers, grass and veggies were as
easy to grow as weeds, I may actually have more fun with gardening
etc. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy growing and pnating things, but
weeds overall is a real pain. Nothing seems to bother weeds, like
grubs, grasshoppers and other insects.......only real threat is man,
(woman) but everything like to eat or prey on a flower or veggie.
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On Thu, 01 Jul 2004 14:13:56 GMT, email@example.com (Roy) wrote:
One reason is that "weeds" are the most successful plants for a given
area, and the stuff we try to nurture usually isn't. That is, a wild
tomato growing wherever tomatoes originated, is probably a successful
weed and very little like the cultivars in our gardens and farms.
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