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Garden: Morning Glory Vine

Never expected this morning glory vine to climb up and devour our porch light, but it has.

By Gloria

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August 17, 20110 found this helpful

I brought one seed from a morning glory and one plant into our yard, because they are my mother's favorite plant in the world. There is not a place in the yard where they don't crop up. They are the hardiest plant, I have ever seen in my life!

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August 17, 20110 found this helpful

Robin, you're so right. One pack of seeds can last a lifetime. I always save lots of seeds from my vines to plant where I really want them, knowing that plenty will come up where I never expected. This particular vine had the largest leaves I'd ever seen on a morning glory, twice the size of the span of my hand.

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August 17, 20110 found this helpful

Sorry Robyn, I see now you spell your name with a Y. :)

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