Ipomoea forum: MG Volunteers

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Name: Anne
Summerville, SC (Zone 8a)
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Oct 18, 2016 7:39 AM CST
This year I didn't plant any MG's and just let the volunteers from last year do their thing. The astonishing thing is that only two MG's out of 26 showed up - Milky Way and Purple Hige. The interesting thing too is that MG's are thought to be invasive thugs but all my volunteers didn't stray too far from the boundaries of the beds I made for them. There was an arch but Hurricane Matthew knocked it over. The area was essentially ignored and left to it's own devices.

In the first picture you can see the area. Second picture is of Milky Way and the single form of the Purple Hige. Last picture is of the Hige.

Thumb of 2016-10-18/Xeramtheum/73c1fb Thumb of 2016-10-18/Xeramtheum/a62faa Thumb of 2016-10-18/Xeramtheum/e21d9d

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