Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Pretty picture: Convolvulus sp.

Just a placeholdery post (though the picture's decent, no?) while I try to do everything in a single day again. Let's call it a coming-attractions post.

Much writing, much watering. Maybe some erranding. Posts pending on 1) sending plants to funerals (done), 2) receiving plants from funerals, and 3) Begonia rex-cultorum (done), as well as 4) the much overdue review of Flower Confidential and posts about 5) food irradiation, 6) pesticides, 7) watering, and 8) sentimental attachments to individual plant specimens. Some of those last four will probably not actually ever happen, because they've been in the works for a long time and I'm finding them unreasonably difficult to do. But we'll see what happens.


Anonymous said...

What a heart-stopper! Looks just like the bane of my furthest back corner - Calystegia.

Anonymous said...

My thought exactly! Years ago, I planted some moonflower seeds. Not totally sure what they looked like, I was thrilled when they bloomed like mad. Only later did I discover that what was blooming was actually bindweed. I will never get rid of that darn stuff, ever. Maybe you could do a post on bindweed sometime?