Sunday Picture Post: In a Bind

This Sunday, I feature bindweed …

Sea Bindweed: 5th July 2019

Hedge Bindweed: 8th July 2019

Hedge Bindweed: 8th July 2019

Buds of bindweed, thinking about blossoming soon. The video below follows the process, from bud to open flower.

And yes, I know these are every gardener’s bane. But seen in the wild, where they belong, they are delightful.

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31 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: In a Bind

  1. How beautiful! Love all three pictures!

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  2. Wow! Looking really beautiful! ❤

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  3. Crispina these are beautiful! Why are they every gardener’s bane? 😀 ❤

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  4. Violet Lentz says:

    I kept trying to tell one of my clients this beauty was a weed, but he wouldn’t listen to me till it had overtaken his Japanese maple!! A lovely, but very invasive flower outside of the wild.

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  5. Dale says:

    They look like pink morning glories… and yes, they love to crawl all over my cedar hedge…
    Lovely pictures.

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  6. Jen Goldie says:

    At first I thought I was a Petunia. It must be beautiful to see long stretches of it as you say. I love vines. Invasive SHMASIVE! lol

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  7. My son gifted me five of these today, floating in a bowl of water. 🌸

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