Can’t Keep a Good Seed Down

Earlier this October I noticed a volunteer Morning Glory popping up in my rock garden. That plant is doomed to failure, I thought.

Now, it’s delighting me with its first blossom, and more buds are forming. I can’t imagine it surviving the winter, but hey, who am I to complain if it wants to live.

I’ll keep watering it.

3 thoughts on “Can’t Keep a Good Seed Down

  1. Way to go, little morning glory!😊 Karen

    On Mon, Oct 19, 2020, 3:24 PM Contemplation Garden wrote:

    > Contemplation Garden posted: ” Earlier this October I noticed a volunteer > Morning Glory popping up in my rock garden. That plant is doomed to > failure, I thought. Now, it’s delighting me with its first blossom, and > more buds are forming. I can’t imagine it surviving the winte” >

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  2. When that pretty little flower takes root in a NW lawn, it can be considered a weed, no matter how pretty it is. Nice to see you back posting again, I’ve have missed your observations.

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