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Wednesday, 9 March 2011

Dichondra Repens

Well, strawberries actually...

This is what is left of my strawberry patch.  I'm not very happy to say the least.  An escaped dichondra repens plant, which was transported into our garden in a potted plant, has completely taken over my strawberry patch.  Can you spot the strawberry plants?  I've decided to give up this plot to the dichondra for the time being but considering growing asparagus here as it is probably too shady for strawberries anyway.

Today I potted up some of the dichondra to replant later on into the bush garden beds.  For something so hard to grow, it's doing really well.  In fact it's almost taken over parts of the vegetable patch to the point where I now consider it a weed.
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