The Q&A Archives: Morning Glory

Question: Can morning glory become wildflowers in Florida?

Answer: Ipomoea purpurea, the common Morning Glory, can self sow and escape cultivation in Florida. Therefore it has the potential to become invasive - which can be another term for wildflower.

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