Sunday, June 13, 2010

Grass

Last week my sister was over for a barbecue. She handed me a picked plant from my yard.

"Just what are you guys growing here?" she asked.

I asked her where she found it and she said it was all over the back yard.


It gives a whole new meaning to my Scott's "weed and feed" routine

13 comments:

starlightsound said...

You could at least hide them in with the tomatoes.

Meegs said...

Lol. Reminds me of an exchange I had with Trav over the weekend.

He was outside, and when he came in I asked what he had been doing:

Trav: Weeding.
Me: Oh, I heard the weed whaker.
Trav: Oh, that wasn't me... I wasn't the one with the weed whaker, I was just the one with the weed.
Me: Err....
Trav: I mean weedS.
Me: Lol. Weedsss, sweetie, weedsss. The s makes a big difference in this case!



By the by, were you the one who recommended Killer Angels to me? If so, wanted to let you know that I loved it! Not normally into historical fiction, but this was VERY good! Thanks.

kittenpie said...

looks like a vine that used to climb up the front of our old house.

James (SeattleDad) said...

There's only one way to tell for sure.

Prego-Rex said...

Not pot, pot generally has 9 leaves i believe. More than 5 for sure. Looks like a creeping vine.

Kill it with fire?

Meegs said...

maybe its Cleome:
http://media.photobucket.com/image/Cleome%20vs.%20marijuana/misshestermoffitt/cleome.jpg

En said...

it might be edible, though.

Whit said...

Like Jim said, only one way to find out! Whatever doesn't kill you will make you really hungry. Also, laughing.

Anonymous said...

Pass the doche pan the the left hand side

Anonymous said...

ITs good stuff. Its from Toronto.

rudecactus said...

It doesn't quite look like pot. Not that I'd know. Really.

PA said...

My guess is Virginia creeper

kcinnova said...

At least it's not poison ivy! We have plenty of that.