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Safely Growing Invasive Plants

By patrob
December 29, 2013

Grow mints or other aggressively spreading plants in tubs partially sunk into the ground. Punch a few holes in the bottom of the tub for drainage.

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Name: Greene
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greene
Dec 28, 2013 8:35 PM CST
Whenever an old cooking pot is no longer serviceable in the kitchen, punch some holes and plant it. The canning kettles are a good size for the mint. (I do not advocate doing this with actual antique items.)
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Dec 28, 2013 10:13 PM CST
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