Morning Glories

Most morning glory flowers unravel into full bloom in the early morning with vibrant color that fades during the heat of the day. The flowers usually start to fade a few hours before the petals curl/close. Morning glories are generally considered perrennials in warmer/frost-free climates and tend to spread rather quickly. Our flowers are taking over the fencing.   







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  1. I love morning glories, but they do seem to take over my other flowers. Love the purple color on yours. I popped over from Bloomin' Tuesday today and enjoyed my visit. I've been away from home and didn't participate this week. I will miss Jean and all the other gardeners. Take care!

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    1. Deb, so glad you found your way here and stopped by for a visit! Your blog is lovely too, and I plan on following along. Blessings!

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