[permaculture] Theory of Everyhting

Steve Diver steved at ncatark.uark.edu
Thu Aug 29 13:52:36 EDT 2002

I said Lespedeza.  Think low-growing species.

Eurphorbia is the weed that comes to mind.

I'll look around the borders and see if any plants
are still there, otherwise, next opportunity will
be in 2003.

Steve Diver

Mark wrote:

> At 09:55 AM 8/29/02 -0500, you wrote:
> >There is another low-growing plant out there that looks
> >like a perfect living mulch.  It reminds me of a low-growing
> >lespedeza or just a local weed of some kind.   Yet, it
> >senesces in mid-July so it would be geared to early season
> >crops.
> >
> >Hope that helps,
> >Steve Diver
> >
> Let me guess, yellow flowers, prostrate, and trifoliate (clover like leaves)?
> Mark
> Mark P. Ludwig
> Poultry Research Lab
> University of Wisconsin -Madison
> 608-262-1730 WK
> 608-846-7125 HM

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