1. We get these plants and call them “teasels”. They are excellent with pollen for bees and butterflies and produce lots of seeds in the autumn for the birds. They last two years and, if I’m lucky enough to get any growing, I leave them. They will not spread and overwhelm your garden.

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    1. Most of the ones I see here have a large footprint and smother everything underneath. But in the prairie areas they do draw a lot of bees and butterflies. We see many of these along the walking trails.


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