Moonflower Photos

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Whether they are ipomoea, datura or cereus, these night blooming flowers can be seen in the light of the moon. This is a page about my blooming moon flowers.
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I planted these last year and they came back. I love them! I wish I would have planted them in my angel garden; I may do that in the fall.

Side view of moonflower blossom.

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I took this photo at night using a flashlight to illuminate the moonflower vine. The result ended up looking like the white bloom was suspended in the air. The night sky as a background showcases the beauty of the moonflower.

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Asheboro, North Carolina

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August 21, 2016

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The moonflower is a vining plant with huge white blooms that open at night and close during the day. It is truly a unique addition to any flower garden.

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Crown Point, Indiana

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Some time back, I submitted my views on how it was usually not necessary to soak or nick Moonflower Vine seed prior to planting. I added that I had a seed to germinate in six days without either.

A moonflower bloom next to white siding.

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