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Not All Morning Glories Are Thugs; Some Are Very Friendly!

By luvsgrtdanes
September 4, 2016

Many gardeners hate morning glories, thinking they are invasive and can take over the garden, especially purpureas. They can be troublesome if not controlled, but it's easy to keep them from getting out of control.

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Name: Kelli
Northern Nevada (Zone 6a)
Morning Glories Organic Gardener
Sep 22, 2017 7:35 PM CST
You have so many beautiful photos! What kind is that deep red one? Such a rare color, its so gorgeous!
Name: Ronnie (Veronica)
Southeastern PA (Zone 6b)
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Sep 22, 2017 7:45 PM CST
Thank You! @KelliW. The deep burgundy doesn't have a true name. It was a cross someone had a few years ago and they were calling it "Blood" I don't care for that so it's just a burgundy/red/brownish purpurea to me Hilarious!
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