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Re: FaceBook..now vines
  • Subject: Re: FaceBook..now vines
  • From: Aplfgcnys@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 29 Mar 2010 17:33:55 EDT

In a message dated 3/29/2010 5:30:54 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
justjess01@gmail.com writes:

I love my morning glories  Just one word of caution..yes, they reseed.
But then over time they morph into something that looks NOTHING like
the original morning glory you planted.  I had some "Star of Yelta"
morning glories that are breathtakingly beautiful.  Dark purple with a
fuschia center.  The next year, they reseeded and were mostly purple
with some that were more fuschia.  The next year...blue and purple.
SO - if you recommend a morning glory, go with an heirloom that won't
change later on.
'Grandpa Ott's' is a rich deep purple that comes true year after year.  The
blooms aren't as large as some, but the color is great. 

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