When I came here I called the stuff bind weed and noticed that it was murder also to the siding on houses. But the University of Florida knows what it is. It is sort of pretty, but so is "Queen Anne's Lace".
It is currently 76°F. (or 24°C.) and, with a very few camellias still on the top of their tree, everything else is burgeoning. Bulbs are coming up. Weeds, needless to say, abound (but I don't mind clover and its kin). I wouldn't even mind lygodium, if it weren't so rampant.
I will make a bet: by the equinox instead of timid little buds (and the red growth just unfurled this morning) there will be whole branches of white roses.