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 Bishop's Weed Plants?

Answer Bishop's weed (Aegopodium podagraria), also called goutweed, is sometimes considered to be an ornamental plant and sometimes an invasive weed. It can spread quickly by underground runners and by se... Read More »
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How to i get rid of Bishops Weed in a garden?

I like the stuff but it does get out of control.If you just want to get rid of it, Roundup and 2-4-D do a good job.But controlling it is a challenge, a little like mint. I use two methods, one is d... Read More »
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What is the difference between Medieval bishops and modern day bishops?

They used mostly 9 milimetre rounds hand gun or maybe the glock.
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Why are weed plants pulled out?

We pull them out because we mistakenly think that by getting them out by their roots that they won't grow back. In actuality, if you mow them down and rake them up before they flower, you won't get... Read More »
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Flowering Weed Plants?

A weed grows in any area where it is not wanted. When plants from other areas become relocated, either accidentally or on purpose, many prosper and spread. Some of these plants integrate well with ... Read More »
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