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As a comment 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
Name: Deb
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Bonehead
Nov 16, 2017 8:53 PM CST
Posting in the database comment section will only be seen by folks who are researching your particular plant, or if they regularly review the comments section (as I do). I would suggest you post your question in the 'Ask a Question' forum, which is watched by a much larger number of people. Click on the 'community' button on the top gray tool bar, then 'ask a question.' Good luck.
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