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10 Plants Never to Grow in Your Yard
Mint is a wonderful herb to grow. It's a great addition to food and drink, and is beautifully aromatic in a vase with other flowers. But its roots are seriously invasive and can spread throughout your garden in a weed-like manner if not contained. Should you want to grow one or more of the delightful mint varieties, do yourself a favor and plant your mint in a container.
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Many plants are beautiful, but not all are beneficial in a garden. Some of the most eye-catching cultivars can be invasive, poisonous, or attractive to unwelcome insects—issues you probably don't want to deal with. Check this list for 10 trees, shrubs, and other plants you should think twice about before planting on your property. | By Jennifer Noonan, BobVila.com