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I hate ice plant.
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Submitted by Oxford on September 2, 2009 - 12:41pm
In all the homes I’ve owned with a slope, they were always covered with bee and rat haven, nasty looking requisite ice plant. (The slope not the home - but in time, I am sure, both).
Often, the slope was from "cut" and hard enough to strike a match on so the dreadful vegetation looked more like a water buffalo with mange.
I will be closing escrow next week and when you gaze out to the backyard you see a beautiful pool and… you guessed it – ICE PLANT.
I just KNOW there has to be a better form of plant life for slopes considering that they have had 475 million years to evolve. And I know the PIGG brain trust will contain such wisdom as its evolution is of a similar timeframe.
So share your agri-knowledge and help me escape this creeping ground sucking shrubbery for good.
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