But my garden! Is blooming! And the weeds! Are taking over!
|flowering something others must like|
Apparently some of the ones I pull are plants others enjoy. I just saw this in bloom at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. If they want more, I have dozens.
|seedling which turns into stubborn bush|
|seedling left around|
I guess that's my definition of a weed. If I didn't plant it, but it grows and prospers, seeds prolifically and comes back from a stump, I assume I want it dead.
Except the trillium. And now the mayapples in the same area. And some trees I'm allowing to stick around- we have redbud seedlings all over the front and I think I'll keep a few and move them to the back yard. Here are a few of the plants I regularly pull or kill around here (besides the English ivy):
|ivy and grapevine|
|sunflower seedlings under the birdfeeder|
|privit- I know this one|