adding "Morning Glory" to the patio

this how they were, now the leaves r yellow.
on my patio post

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  • Mary
    on Jul 1, 2013

    are they annuals? SHould I prune spent floweres?

  • Faye Edwards
    on Aug 26, 2015

    Oh my goodness.. I thought mornings were dead. It is so nice they are still around. My mother planted hers in 1962 on our lamp post. They were beautiful. Came up every year. We all have moved on but those morning glories have been in my mind lately.. I am going to plant them next summer. Only problem I live in a condo and we can not touch any of the grounds. So will they grow in a container? I imagine it has to be deep.. I surely hope so

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