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Hardiness Zone: 6a
Sal from Philadelphia, PA
All of the information I ever read about morning glories states they are one of the fastest growing vines. Not only are they supposed to be fast climbers, but after reading about them, I'm always left with the impression that they will be scaling the nearest trellis only minutes after I plant them. Personally, I have never found this to be true of any of the morning glories I plant. That said, some varieties do seem to get off to a faster start than others. The best growth rate for morning glory seedlings occurs when temperatures stay between 70ºF and 75ºF.
sal of pa your morming glories are slow starters. water every few days with miracle grow just make sure they have something to climb. i work at a hosptital in the south as a grounds keeper and grow my own morning glories. hope this will help. greensun rise 89.
Morning glories are very slow starters. Next year you may want to start them early indoors.
I grow morning glories from seed. I plant them outside. Be sure to water them every day until they get established. Flowering plants require extra water and fertilizer.
Best of luck
I live right across the river from you and have grown morning glories for about 10 years. Mine always start out slow and then by middle of August have overrun my fence. They are late bloomers, I dont know if it is our area or just the way they are. Be patient, give them plenty of water and something to climb up!! Good luck.