Invasive Bindweed

Bindweed is a menace in any garden.  It is almost impossible to eradicate and grows at an enormous speed.  In this image it is shown ‘strangling’ a young echinops flower head.  The only redeeming feature of this invader is its almost pristine white funnel-shaped flowers.

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3 responses to “Invasive Bindweed

  1. You made that redeeming feature way too pretty, Louis! We have it here, too…I see it in odd places, often side-of-the-road type places. Even the photo of the leaves climbing the Echinops makes it look pretty – and it is, if only it would grow very, v-e-r-y slowly! Hope your back is feeling OK! 😉

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