supernnyl
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Fall Planting of Snow-On-The-Mountain?

I would like to purchase and plant some snow-on-the-mountain (Aegopodium podagraria 'Variegatum') ground cover, but I don't know if this can be done at this time of year. I am in Atlanta, GA, so it will be quite a while until we have consistent, freezing temperatures. Any information and advice will be greatly appreciated.
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mtmickey
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Location: Ronan, MT

See if you can find someone who has snow on the mountain they can share. Around here, it spreads like crazy and TAKES OVER. Every year I turn down at least 3 people that offer some to me. Be sure to plant it where you don't care if it takes over :)

supernnyl
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So everyone is telling me that this stuff is very invasive. I'm wanting to plant it under a tree where grass doesn't grow. If I have a border around a flower bed that cuts about 2 inches into the ground, will this stuff cross that border?
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