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I had to bring all my plants indoors by Gerris2 Dec 11, 2016 8:07 PM 6
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Calling all Stictocardia beraviensis owners! by Xeramtheum Dec 3, 2016 8:54 PM 7
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A star is born ... the yellow Ipomoea Nil ! by dany12 Nov 17, 2016 5:34 PM 9
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MGs that are not garden thugs by critterologist Sep 14, 2016 11:36 AM 4
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Talking about Lady Doorly's Morning Glory (Ipomoea horsfalliae), bonny wrote:

The Lady Doorly's Morning Glory plant - is this a noxious weed in Australia. I have been given a clipping hoping to have it strike but do not want to grow if it is a weed. Would appreciate any advice.
Thanks Bonny

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Talking about Blue Silk (Ipomoea nil 'Akatsuki no Tsuyu'), Bluespiral wrote:

It's possible that the name, Akatsuki no Tsuyu, only applies to the lighter colored phase of Blue Silk that comes from light seeds, while the name Sazanami No1 from Nichinou may apply to the darker Blue Silk with a wider band of blue that comes from the darker seeds.

from ron_convolvulaceae

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Talking about Bush Morning Glory (Ipomoea carnea), gardengus wrote:

Started from seed, the plant grew beautifully large, but did not have time to bloom before frost.
Maybe best to start indoors, weeks ahead of last spring frost date for zone 5.

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Talking about Lavender Moonvine (Ipomoea muricata), bxncbx wrote:

Grew this vine for the first time this year. Beautiful flowers that open before sunset. This plant grew far taller than the stated 15 feet! It climbed 3 stories, almost to the roof! As the vine grew, it produced flushes of flowers as the lower flowers were pollinated. It produced a ton of seeds for me and I expect it will probably reseed readily. And don't be fooled by the "thorns." They are rubbery and harmless.

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Talking about Morning Glory (Ipomoea obscura 'Ethiopia'), Reine wrote:

Ipomoea obscura 'Ethiopia' differs from Ipomoea obscura 'Keniyaki' by the color of their throats. While 'Ethiopia' has a dark throat, 'Keniaki' has a white throat.

Seeds sown indoors in March produced one flower in July, but late August and into September it has bloomed profusely. Several plants on a trellis will make a beautiful afternoon display.
They like heat to bloom and do best in the sun.
Flowers will stay open until dusk and reopen around noon the next day.

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