By Ellen Brown
I'm moving to a condo with an east (and a little bit south) facing balcony. I'm thinking of planting morning glory and moonflowers in pots. Will a mainly east exposure provide enough sun?
By Audrey from Toronto, Ontario, Canada
I have found east sun better than west sun since I live in Texas. Mine are growing on the east side of my nicely and even have trees blocking alot of the east sun. They are getting about 3.5 hours of direct sunlight each day and are blooming!
I planted 4 oz of heavenly blue morning glory seeds. What is the estimated yield of seed?
Hardiness Zone: 8a
By Moonstone420 from NC
4oz is a lot!. I get a little seed pack & have enough. But, (Zone6) I soak them overnight then plant in a "peat pellet" because they don't like transplanting. I get about 90% germination.. & as you probably know, the seeds from these new plants will not give you blue flowers the next year, unfortunately.