grannysgarden said:Nice irises, Dana. Glad you got to keep some during your moves and glad you and your Mom can share. Good photos too.
grannysgarden said:If it is the older variety of periwinkle you will be removing it for a long time to come. I could tell you stories....
Looking forward to more of your photos.
grannysgarden said:That is good, Dana! While you are clearing 'IT' be careful not to drop a little piece of 'IT'. And every spring search for a little sprout and go into Hulk mode. Somehow 'IT' came up in a bed that has a five foot paving border between the bed and 'IT'. Must have been a seed from a bloom. Now i am on sentry duty. 'IT' is living on a hillside that is very steep so I can't eradicate 'IT' there without doing damage to the property. I guess there are things growing in every area that are a challenge to gardeners. Bermuda grass, old fashioned Nandinas, Sweet Gum tree seedlings and IT are on the top of my list. (I won't mention Sweet Autumn Clematis which I planted myself. or a rambling rose that was a gift and has become my nemesis.) ~~~ i may invest in a blow torch.
Lestv said:That second NoID below Ominous Stranger looks related to Durham Dream