Natalie Scarberry
Natalie Scarberry
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  • Fort Worth, TX

Different Types of Moonflowers

Here's a sample of buds on both Datura and Ipomoea to show the difference in the plants and their flowers
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  • Haylee Richard
    on Sep 12, 2018

    What type of moon flower is this? The Angel's trumpet? And what could be leaving these spots on the leaves and flowers.and how do you get rid of them?

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  • Tori36
    on Sep 3, 2015

    I have both...the one on the right, does anyone know what the seed pods look like and what do I do with them? I have 3 pods now and 2 are darker and one is still green. Thanks.

  • Melody C
    on Jun 28, 2016

    I have many plants and they are coming up rapidly here is Dallas. Mine are only producing a flower or 2 at a time. I was told they were "moonflowers" but after looking online I see so may kinds and not sure which ones they are.

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