The Q&A Archives: Is Scarlet O'hara Morning Glory A Perrennial Or Not?

Question: Is scarlet o'hara morning glory a perrennial or not?

Answer: Morning glories are perennial in warm climates, but are typically grown as annuals where freezing weather occurs. The plants may self seed and this could give the impression that it is a perennial planting when in fact the plants are new seedlings each year.

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