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Old 01-04-2011, 10:08 AM   #11
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I have a section of garden I'm thinking about just giving up on, and I've heard about horseradish taking over. I don't have anything else to do with it. So ... in the spring, we'll see.
What kind of section is it Claire? If its big enough you could consider raspberry cane. I've been thinking that I'd like to do raspberry cane around blueberry bushes. The last time I did blueberries the rabbits ate the bushes down to the ground. Grrr! I'd have had hasenpfeffer if I could have caught them. The horseradish is pretty easy tending I hear, I couldn't get the stuff to grow though. Maybe you need greener thumbs than I've got.
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