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Stuff I Kill in my Garden

Stuff I Kill in my Garden

October 16, 2016
Posted in: Nature | Reading Time: 1 minute


Alyssum does not love me. I can kill it faster than I can squash a bug. Not that I actually squash bugs. I've tried watering, not watering, full sun, part sun, some shade and a lot of shade. Nadda. It goes from the pot to dead in 3 seconds. I'm not taking it personally. There are plenty of plants in the nursery. I don't need no stinkin' Alyssum. At least this hoverfly got in some good tastes before I killed its food supply.

I will say this: there are 4 thriving white Alyssum doing well under my porch in the same pot as my Camilia. So I have that going for me. Which is nice.


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2 comments on “Stuff I Kill in my Garden”

  1. I agree with you. Purple is a pain. I gave up on it years ago. White will grow almost anywhere with or without water!!

  2. hello wild dingo its dennis the vizsla dog hay hmm maybe the wite alyssum sneeks over and tayks owt the purpel alyssum wile yoo ar not lukking on akkownt of it wants to be the only alyssum on the block!!! it cud happin!!! ok bye

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