Donald I love the Spiderwort, actually we call it
Dayflower here, it is the genus Commelina and we
reserve the name spiderwort for Tradescantia a member
of the same family.
I even know someone who grew a variegated strain for
awhile but being annual it may have disappeared.
--- Donald Eaves <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> An invasive weed that's really hard to control. At
> the moment I'm just
> letting it do its thing in the iris beds. No bloom
> I've ever seen is a
> truer or nicer shade of blue than this. In the
> morning when they are open
> they are quite beautiful. I wish there was a blue
> iris this exact color.
> Yellow and white lantanas are blooming on the other
> side of the walk. Now
> there's a plant that keeps the spiderwort from
> Donald Eaves
> Texas Zone 7b, USA
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