A quick post before we drive to Monterey, on the pacific coast for the weekend.
I found this weed growing in our backyard, creeping on my citrus and tomato plants. It has small white trumpet flowers growing on thin stems. I checked my garden books, and found the name of it. Field bindweed or convolvulus arvensis is a species in the morning glory family. An idea come to mind, what if it prints? The pictures below are results from this experiment.
And finally, here’s an eco teaser for next time….have a lovely summer.
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