Many Morning Glories


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Grandpa Otts has always been a favourite. At my old house it used to self seed every year, and there was always a little bit of variation, but looking at some of your spectacular pictures I think I might branch out a little this year. My experience is that if there is partial shade the flowers will last well into the afternoon.
 
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Depending upon location, morning glory are impossible to eradicate. Few plants grow faster. I put 4 inch square trellis up 20 years ago along the deck and am always digging up morning glory. They are pretty though.
 
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We should have an "Impossible to eradicate" thread :) I would vote for verbena bonariensis. Always seedlings everywhere.
 
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I've been trying to get rid of them for years. Its amazing that I have cut the vines off my deck railing and the cut pieces continue to bloom and stay green for days laying on a hot wood deck.
I did order the Ipomoea Nil Blue Pivoted and they are finally flowering.
 

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