Sunday, February 22, 2009


As today is the first day of National Invasive Weeds Awareness Week, I thought I'd let you know the following.

The blackberries and ivy survived the extended sub-freezing winter just fine and are, in fact, thriving. The morning glory, however, seems to have been satisfactorily killed by the month of cold.


I think some of our non-weeds died this winter, too.



Pedicularis said...

If that is the same morning glory that thrives in eastern Washington, don't count on a few nights of 20-degree weather to kill it off.

Sotosoroto said...

Well, they're all shriveled dead and brown. Perhaps they'll spring forth anew from the ground, but I can be optomistic, no?