Saturday, November 21, 2009

Photo Contest

This is my entry for the Gardening Gone Wild photo contest. Growing in a sea of Coastal Bermuda grass that will never die, is a Mullen plant that was able to fulfill it's destiny in this summer to beat all summers. It survived, grew a bloom stalk, produced seeds and died. It is at the end of the line.

You can go to the Gardening Gone Wild site and see all the entries here--Gardening Gone Wild


Tabor said...

NIce photo as it really tells the whole story. My plants pretty much grow and die where they want, not where I want.

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ESP said...

Nice One Bob.

A very strange form in that otherwise flat field. I think it has gone well beyond the end of its curly seed-dropping line!
Good luck.


Bob said...

I don't think it's a winner but I couldn't come up with any other sensible way to put it on the blog.

ConsciousGardener said...

it's tendrillicious:) Nice shot.