Awesome Pollinator

by Chris

Larger than expected plant. It will fall over at some point if it gets large enough - letting them grown in small clusters seems to help a little though they still will flop eventually if big enough.

Self-seeding and you may need to be careful about it taking over the garden a bit - but plucking the new shoots aren't a big deal. Very tough to kill - can weather a couple of light frosts, and I mowed some of them over as they started growing in the grass border of the garden in summer.

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