Welcome to Worst Weed Wednesday! Today is the day that you can rant all you want about weeds, how much you despise them, how you would like to eradicate them (and do), and what kinds of things you say to them (please keep it PG or PG13!). I'll update this post as more folks rant on the worst weeds in their garden so check back and see what new weeds are coming up here at The Home Garden! (newer posts will be added to the bottom). Click on the links or the pictures to visit the Garden Bloggers and the banes of their garden's existence!
Tina (In the Garden)
You're just itching to see her post...I promise! Or maybe you'll just be itching after her post...
Weeds bloom too don't they? Stop over and see what happens when Frances tackled Bloom Day and Worst Weed Wednesday at the same time!
Garden writer and blogger Nancy Ondra has weeds, but they look much nicer than mine! Ornamental self-seeders can definitely become weedy in a hurry! Go see how her alpacas helped to plant her worst weed in her gardens!
Dave (The Home Garden)
Three weeds that you definitely don't want in your garden but happen to be in mine!
Vanessa (Trees and Shrubs @about.com)
How about weedy trees? I know I have more than a few. Can you say wild cherry? Check out a couple other trees that are growing where they shouldn't at Vanessa's post!
Tatyana (My Secret Garden)
I have to say that I find myself very envious of those who may have this weed! Not only is it beautiful but it has uses as an herbal tea. I can see why for Tatyana her Alaskan weed is indeed a treasured one!
MMD (Mr. McGregor's Daughter)
Sometimes you have to choose your battles! Bindweed took precedence and now another insidious weed has come to prominence. The war never ends!
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Wednesday, July 29, 2009
Worst Weed Wednesday or Who Has the Worst Weeds?
Labels: Weeds in the Garden
Dave is the author of Growing The Home Garden and runs a small nursery business growing vegetables and herbs for local customers in Spring Hill, TN. (Blue Shed Gardens or FB page). He has written for gardening publications, Troy-Bilt and Lowe's and is available for edible garden consulting. Dave gardens organically and when he isn't writing, collecting seeds, or propagating plants he's parenting his 4 children as a stay at home dad.