Linda @ Mixed Kreations
Linda @ Mixed Kreations
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Spring Gardening


Despite the three unusual cold spells we had this spring, and having to haul my plants in and out, most of them made it, and are doing really well.
This is my moon flower that I looked all for last year. I thought that it had died over the winter.
This is my moon flower that I looked all for last year. I thought that it had died over the winter.
Since I'm short on space I planted my squash in with my palm tree.
Since I'm short on space I planted my squash in with my palm tree.
My tomatoe plants, that I had to cover up 3 times since spring started because of the temperation dropping.
My tomatoe plants, that I had to cover up 3 times since spring started because of the temperation dropping.
Coreopsis - a perennial
Coreopsis - a perennial
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  • Linda @ Mixed Kreations
    on Oct 4, 2013

    It is not brugmansia or angel trumpet. And the datura flower looks different. Its looks like the moon flower plant picture that I found.

  • Dee H
    on Jun 12, 2015

    I've had both types, both being of the datura family. The Angel trumpet flower hangs downward, whereas the white moonflower stands upward & blooms in evening or on cloudy days. Brugs like sunshine I'm grown my double yellow brugs now in a pot. I seem to have lost all my moonflowers. I kept picking off the seed pods & giving to friends so none of mine came back. Go figure. I really love the Moonvine though. It's in the morning glory family & smells heavenly. Dolores H. Arlington, Tx.

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