Something remarkable has happened since I started the great forsythia massacre 2019 — a new plant (or new to me) has made itself visible.
And I am not sure what it is.
When forsythia takes over it’s like a shrub Kudzu with monstrous arms covering everything in its path. And what I never knew until I began to beat back 50 years of overgrown forsythia is it more grows over everything than up and through everything.
I have literally discovered more than three new large areas in my garden to plant by cutting back and digging out overgrown forsythia. For the life of me I don’t know why forsythia doesn’t end up on an invasive species list because it truly is invasive.
This time around as I started to cut it back, I realized the forsythia was SO overgrown it had smothered itself in part.
I cut and I cut…
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