St John's wort (Spring flowers ). Photo by cyriously68
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St John's wort

Uploaded by: cyriously68

Tuesday June 5, 2012

Shamong, NJ (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: In some places this plant is considered invasive.

Manufacturer: Panasonic

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1. ChrisAnthemum
10:57 PM GMT on June 05, 2012
I'll say! I had a patch of it growing at one place I lived, in a bed against the house bordered with bricks. It made a pretty ground cover but never would stay put and kept creeping out into the lawn; the problem got worse when I dug up that section of lawn to enlarge the bed with flowers. I could control it, but the fact that it NEEDED controlling meant that I didn't bother to take any of it with me when I moved. Several other plants in that category as well; I'm always discovering new ones, LOL!
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Hello everyone. My name is Ed and I'm a retired teacher living in southern New Jersey. I was born and raised in Indiana and ended up in New Jersey thanks to the U.S. Army. I found this site a couple years ago and I have enjoyed the great photos from all over the world that you are sending in. I thank all of you for viewing and commenting on my contributions.

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