vinco vine

Roger Whitehead rgw at office-futures.com
Wed Apr 14 11:55:58 EST 1999


In article <monique.1848.005DE901 at bio.tamu.edu>, Monique Reed wrote:
> You may have Vinca major or Vinca minor, sometimes called periwinkle

If it's the former (Greater Periwinkle), put it where you don't want anything 
herbaceous growing. It's a complete hooligan and will swamp most things. 
Lesser Periwinkle, as the name suggests, is more genteel.

Regards,
 
Roger
 
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