Friends, this wildflower of Crex Meadows is a Field Bind Weed, but I don’t like any name that calls a beautiful flower, a weed. It is a member of the morning glory family and it grows wild in Crex. This flower blooms from a tough red stem that tends to wrap itself around surrounding plants and eventually choke them off thus making room for more glories. As a herb it is drastic and sometimes poison, but despite its sinister nature, they are beautiful. til Tomorrow MJ
Posted on July 6, 2013, in Crex Meadows, Macro, Nature, photography, Wild flowers and tagged bindweed, Crex Meadows, mjspringett, morning glory, nature, photography, postaday, wildflowers. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
love the photos mj, perfect delicate detail 🙂