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cleavers and bedstraw

 
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I have a lot of bedstraw growing, and I can't find much info on it. It is a close relative of cleavers but doesn't have the fuzzies. Any idea what it could be good for? My beds are adequately stuffed.
 
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stuff a bed with it?
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