Liliana Wells
Liliana Wells
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  • Jackson, GA

Perfection in the Morning


I know I am not the only one who gets excited by Morning Glories in bloom.
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The same plant has solid and variegated flowers.
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This is perfection in the morning. Beautiful sight to enjoy with coffee on the deck.

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  • Liliana Wells
    on Dec 5, 2014

    Did you soak the seeds overnight? That might help. When my leaves started getting a little droopy, the flowers really came out. I don't know if there is a correlation. I had mine in planters.

  • Pat769509
    on Dec 6, 2014

    yes I always soak the seeds in water before planting, and I buy Burpee seeds, I live in Nebraska and have seen them all around town blooming in peoples yards, that why I'm deciding on a container from a reliable nursery. or just start planting Clematis there I kow that will bloom. thanks for the info douglas hunt.

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