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Author Topic: Jon Carroll Looks At Weeds  (Read 1569 times)
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« Topic Start: March 18, 2011, 12:01:55 pm »

It's just about spring around here and the volunteers have arrived. Plants that we did not plant, plants from other parts of our garden or borne by the wind from other gardens entirely, have decided to step right up and be part of our garden as well. That's why they're called volunteers.

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« Reply #1: June 22, 2011, 10:18:23 pm »

It's just about spring around here and the volunteers have arrived. Plants that we did not plant, plants from other parts of our garden or borne by the wind from other gardens entirely, have decided to step right up and be part of our garden as well. That's why they're called volunteers.

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2011/03/18/DDQP1ID44B.DTL&feed=rss.jcarroll

I really enjoyed that. Thank you for posting it. I would not have found it otherwise.

"Nod to your weeds next time you go out. They are proof of life, proof of hope."  <- I adore this line.

Lots of rain for us this year. Some volunteers have spread pretty far. I'm guessing in large part due to flooding that spread things about. The curbs in the city are decorated with birdsfoot trefoil all over, and under most shady spots, moneywort is now growing like mad. It's a bright yellow spring over here thanks to the volunteers.

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