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A virulent ground cover that delivers small tasty treats at this time of year ... wild strawberries. They compete hard ... crikey they can even displace the buttercups and are much easier to pull out when they grow in places you don't want them.

Psalm 34:8 (New International Version)
Taste and see that the LORD is good;
blessed is the man who takes refuge in him.


  1. I can't keep up with you.
    One minute I'm looking at Azaleas and by the time I get back - you've been through meadows and chasing critters and are now with the wild strawberries (can you eat them?).
    I've never seen knotweed (or whatever it is) but I think it's beautiful.

  2. Yes you can eat them, they are much smaller and more tart than "real" strawberries ... but quite fun to grab a bite while out in the garden weeding.

  3. How lovely. Even with the many evils in the world, those who trust in the Lord, can always rely on his help and graces. These strawberries are the little treasures He gives.

  4. Great shots below and above.Weeds are only plants growing in the wrong place.

  5. How did I get a post behind? Structure, I crave structure at the moment. I will get there.

    The structure of these little fellows are more llike raspberries than "real" strawbs. Glad to know they are edible without repurcussions!

  6. Well it looks like everyone is with me in appreciating weeds.

    Sorry about the problem with posting times ... I was posting in the evening on this one but had them on autopilot and obviously chose the wrong time. I guess I will go back to posting mornings on all my blogs from here on.


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