Friday, July 08, 2005


Wild Morning Glory at Silk Creek, by Scott Carter Posted by Picasa

3 comments:

sugarandSPice said...

I think I can live with the invasive nature of the morning glory, it being as you said an invasive weed. Can't you? Is this being an ever present part of the day, of your life, a nuisance? I'll gladly take them all then.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Many invasive weeds are pretty and I do enjoy their beauty. Very much so. Sometimes, however, they crowd out plants that are nature and provide food for wildlife. This is true, for example, of both phragmites and purple loosestrife--they crowd out cattails that the whole marsh ecology depends on.

sugarandSPice said...

Scott,

I think I can live with the invasive nature of the morning glory, it being as you said an invasive weed. Can't you? Is this being an ever present part of the day, of your life, a nuisance? I'll gladly take them all then.

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