Organic Horticulture in the Mid-Atlantic/Epilobium

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Euphorbia maculata (Creeping Spurge)

Epilobium (willow-herbs) are a group of erect herbaceous plants in the evening primrose family. A few species are native wildflowers, and in the garden commonly present as weeds.

The plants pull easily, and can be cold-composted before flowers are produced, or heat composted after flowering.

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