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|Quote (Albatrossity2 @ Aug. 22 2011,20:55)|
|Thanks, guys. I liked it too!|
But when I put it on my Facebook page, one of my colleagues said that he really hated that "invasive plant". Sorta harshed my mellow, as we used to say...
Just curious, but where are you that your colleague considers trumpet vine invasive?
ETA: Course, I could just check your profile and see that you've mentioned you are in Kansas...
If that's still the case, then I understand why it's considered invasive - it does tend to get out-of-hand and unruly in such environments. Aside from looking unkempt and cluttering up other shrubs and trees (or the outsides of houses and telephone poles), it's not supposed to be ecologically threatening. It is native and is a great pollinator plant, so personally I'm a big fan of it.
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