First in Dorset. Now West Yorkshire - Mostly Halifax . . . Getting to know the place.
Many of these plants are considered weeds, except the morning glory. Bindweed is difficult to eradicate and can quickly dominate a cultivated area. This particular plant doesn't look healthy.
Hello Taken for Granted. In some places round here bindweed obscures the hedges or fences beneath it. None the less, I always love the beautiful, white, trumpet flowers it produces.These leaves are very tatty. That's why I chose them to photograph. Most convolvulus leaves are beautiful. However, the weather has been erratic and odd recently; mostly it's very, very hot (for here) and dry. Then, all of a sudden, when the plants are weak and thirsty, an occasional burst of very, very heavy rain - which batters them down. Some are getting rather stressed! If bindweed gets stressed, you can guess some of the others are struggling too!
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