It's nearly four years ago now since I wrote about my perennial sweet pea in A Thug post. I was gifted a cutting of this plant from Mick's uncle a couple of years before that and it wasn't long after that post that I decided enough was enough and dug it up. The flowers were very pretty but it made a bid to take over the whole border and just didn't work, there were bits popping up all over the place and it was so hard to keep it under control.
Four years on and I'm still pulling bits up on a regular basis. Not only that but it's now popping through the wall which retains the border.
Out of all the plants I've ever grown, this is my biggest regret, I don't think I'll ever be rid of it. Have you lived to regret a planting decision?
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