Bindweed, subway, A40 at Oldfield Lane North

Gardeners tend to hate hedge bindweed or bellbind (Calystegia sepium) because it chokes other plants. I’ve had to drag it out of hedges and borders myself, but sometimes it turns up in the right place, softening urban edges with some Art Nouveau tendrils.

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2 thoughts on “Bindweed, subway, A40 at Oldfield Lane North

  1. carole on said:

    a place for everything under the sun and this bindweed has found it’s place, and it will be there for years to come… lovely

  2. That stuff assaults our garden and has gone completely mad in this wet weather. Of course I have done absolutely nothing about it!

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