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This is like no MG i've ever seen. I found it on Garden Web vines!
Also found a web sight that sells them.
ANyone here have one or know where to get them?
Wow sorry it's sooo big!!!
Aren't they pretty??

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Carlene


 
Posts: 1635 | Location: NE.Ok zone 6b | Registered: Oct 09, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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That's a morning glory? WOW, love it.
 
Posts: 15321 | Location: Harford county, MD, zone 6 | Registered: May 10, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Dave's garden has them.
A guy on GW said he grows them in 5a-6b they can be invasive and they don't reseed like most MG. they have runners. He grows them in pots and brings them indoors!


Carlene
 
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Those are gorgeous!!!


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wow those sure don't look like a MG!
 
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oh my goodness, those are stunning!!! Is pink the only color?


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I hate to be a "whatever", but that sure looks like a rose to me... Be leery of it from just a pic. If you can find out a botanical name, do so.

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jmchab it was on the vine board on GW and those folks know and have lots of vines! The botanical name was there but I'm not going to get one so didn't bother. Daves Garden has them.


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OK--Japanese species. Very different doubles.
 
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Those are beauties. And the leaves definitely look like a variety of morning glory. But I don't need any more invasive plants...I have enough already! Roll Eyes


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Wow, that's a beautiful Morning Glory! I wonder if they come in different colors?


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Very pretty altho so different from the traditional MG. TFS


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that is one beautiful morning glory, but I looked on Dave's for a japanese morning glory and I couldn't find it.
Are you sure it's a morning glory?
 
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Barb, It's listed on the vines forum on GW...same genus, different species.....name is different. I didn't think it was a morning glory either.
 
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Ladies here's the link to GW if you'd like to read about it and the folks that have it.

http://forums.gardenweb.com/fo...511141218357.html?26


Also Daves garden
http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/t/1111554/

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Very pretty! I read the links and gained lots of new information. Thank you.

One link says they can grow indoors in a pot.
 
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