Posted on July 21st, 2009 No comments
You look at this photo and you think “Morning Glory.” And you’re right. It is a member of the morning-glory family - Convolvulaceae - as well as the core morning-glory genus – Ipomoea. But the common name “Wild Potato Vine” tells us a little more about the plant.
Posted on July 10th, 2009 No comments
Starting in late spring, my grandkids start running around looking for honeysuckle blossoms. They learned early on that if they wait until the white blossoms age until they just start turning yellow, they can pick the blossom, pull the base of the blossom off and pull the stigma through the corolla tube, and they’ll be rewarded with a delicious drop of nectar as a treat.
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