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Region: North Texas
Soil : Alkaline / Calcareous, it's pretty much white.
Plant has a strong taproot.

We installed a new tornado shelter and the excavator operator "extended" my driveway with fill. This stuff seems to love it, and I'm very curious what it is.





 
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glenn thomas wrote:pepperweed



Thanks, that's a very interesting plant. Going to have to try it on my salad =).
 
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