Friday, August 17, 2012

morning glory?

My neighbor gave me this. She said they grow in her yard year after year. Ive never had morning g glories come back before
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Priscilla said...

It may be that the ones you have had before had seeds that were infertile. Hers probably self-seeded. I love morning glories with their great blue color at the end of the summer.

Biddie said...

Hi ~ I was also going to say that I thought it was able to re-seed itself. The wild ones here do it every year. Probably the fancier hybrids are sterile "mules".

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