I have to say, I am a wild flower weed
With that said, I keep mine, as long as they're
in a place that won't be harmful to something else I like..(Like crowding other plants
out and too big for the area it's in..)
I always have at least one growing
*and yes they are of medicinal value,
I don't use them, but they are good
potiential in that factor.*
I've never found that plant
It's infant stage is very reconizable,
it looks like Lamb's Ear.
All soft and very fuzzy...
It does get very tall..one long slender stalk, and pretty yellow flowers
The beneficials like it...
I can re~seed
, but pull them up where you don't like them.. but get them young, as it has a very lonnnnnnnnnnnng tap root *drought tolerant plant
I've never had them get outta hand here...
Always a conversation with passing neighbors' who don't know what it is, as to how tall it is...
I would have to say, every gardener is different, and each has his/hers' own style.. and although I keep mine, as does Bill and Cricket, it may not be right for your garden...
But I could say, try it once, if it's a baby sized right now, "move it to the back 40" and leave it grow on the outskirts and give it a test run there..
Hope that helps a wee~bit more...