august bindweed

August Bindweed . . . (Calystegia sepium:  from the Greek kalyx = a cup + and stege = a covering: refers to the green two-part bracts which seem to hold the white flowers like a pair of hands, especially before the flowers open.) 
Introduced to North America.

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flowering spurge
fieldwork VIII.12.06 FIELDWORK
wavy-leaf aster Wavy-leaf
haste HASTE!

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Photograph by Cliff Crego © 2006

(created: VIII.13.2005)