Gestal Gardener – Not a weed if it doesn’t disturb your garden

How much oil does the doors have in your garden mind? Are you open to enjoying weed benefits?

For weeding or controlling, weeds grow in the wrong place – roses in corn fields, oak by sidewalks, grass in flower beds. The wild plants that have escaped into the wild, and the pollen that is suitable for pollen, are looking for an uncultivated garden.

On the other hand, according to one of my gardening professors in the world, weeds “must be tolerated by anyone who is unhappy.” If it does not disturb your garden, it is not a weed.

Take, for example, two common and invasive plants, both negative and positive, which means that we are called “weeds” – a matter of space and perception – where they grow and what we see.

One is the golden, my favorite native annual. No, you are not allergic to this sunflower and dandelion relative to heavy, sticky, insect-borne pollen. It is a ragweed pollen that shakes your sins.

One of the best annual pollen plants in low maintenance, it is an excellent cut flower and very useful for food and medicine. Although widespread in rural England, it is still home to the top 10 Americans in the United Kingdom, selling small, non-flammable fireworks, baby sunscreens and golden flakes. British gardeners easily accept that, like most flowers, it is easily pulled out of the way.

On the other hand, I have shunned the use of the most revered Asian plant in its homeland, as the heretics once commanded, not only our solar system.

Yes, it is a difficult robbery to control. It was first preached in Pennsylvania in the 1876 century, and in the early 1900s, the seed catalog was destroyed in all the garden magazines: 10c per seed packet, or 3c 50c የአንድ per year plant ”

And in the 1930s and 40s, with the Queen of Cudge Pagans and all that, the soil conservation service called it a miracle plant and today it was paying more than $ 150 to equal farmers.

It is now a model for all diseases in Southern society and the USDA is experimenting with insects and fungal biohexidants. Goats have hired herds to destroy them.

However, corn produces more than one hectare (and much cheaper) of biofuels and is a high-protein fodder. Wine ines are used to make baskets, paper and cloth (including Japanese kimonos), and there are many recipes – edible flowers, now in full-bodied flower, medicinal tea or fragrant rose jelly (one cup of dried flowers in one jelly jelly) , Ripe roots provide gluten-free flour, and young leaves and tender grapes can be eaten just like any other green. There is even a non-invasive dynasty.

Oh, and did I mention that the most widely used derivatives today, such as medicine, have been used in China since 600 AD to treat alcoholism and alcoholism?

So, are these two plants a garden hero, a plant evil or both? Otherwise, people will not exist without any “bad” plants, just think that there are only a few that cause problems in the wrong settings.

And remember, when they both leave – eat them if you can’t beat them.

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