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« Reply #9: September 05, 2007, 04:51:03 pm »

they start off ok, I have a fuschia there that was doing great and then kind of keeled over. I have tried seeding things, but even yarrow, which is endemic here and hardy as heck won't grow in that one spot. Even weeds have a hard time there.

Here is something not commonly known; I found it out by accident---noticing some huge 'dead zones' in the yard of a local beekeeper, who usually has a very verdant garden, I asked about the areas where everything was dead.  It seems some corn syrup solution such as he uses to feed bees was spilled there...and nothing will grow where this has happened for as much as a year or two.  So your spill might have been something as seemingly benign as a busted bottle of syrup or a batch of discarded hummingbird food.  Sugar apparently kills plants. 

Just another addition to the "weird but mundane" list. Undecided
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