Unwanted purple dead nettle thrives in a garden that will soon be tilled for spring planting.  An annual herb, this member of the mint family can thrive in most situations and soils. 
Staff Photo by Karen Nazor Hill/Chattanooga Times Free Press
Unwanted purple dead nettle thrives in a garden that will soon be tilled for spring planting. An annual herb, this member of the mint family can thrive in most situations and soils. Staff Photo by Karen Nazor Hill/Chattanooga Times Free Press
published Friday, March 18th, 2011
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