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Question: I have a Cardinal Climber morning glory plant purchased at HD. No where on the tag on on google does it say if it is annual or perennial. If perennial, I need to get it in the ground before winter sets in. I could use your expertise in this matter.


Answer: Cardinal Climber is a generic name given to both annual and perennial vines so I'm not going to be much help! I'd plant it now and hope it returns in the spring. If you bought it in a one gallon container, it is most likely a perennial. If you purchased it in a 4" or 6" pot, it is probably an annual plant. Just an educated guess. Sorry I can't be of more help!

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