Dutchman’s pipe = Aristolchia durior
Queen of the prairie = Filiperdula rubra
Hall’s honeysuckle = Lonicera japonica ‘Halliana’
take 2 handfuls of mint, put in blender with enough water to make a slurry. then put in "a large soup can" (pot?), bring to boil, and simmer 20 minutes. recipe makes enough concentrate to dilute to 6 gallons for drenching mole holes. put the solution in a watering can and douse the area of mole activity.
for every inch of diameter on your tree, you want to dig out 10 inches of root ball.
Ciscoe says: Dig them, dry them upside down to drain the water from the stems. Wash off the soil. Soak the divided tubers in one cup bleach to three gallons water for 15-20 minutes to kill no-goodniks.