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Thanks, Morris, Sue and Celeste. I watered the mangled little mess this morning.
I have morning glorys around my gazebo. Mine are the dark periwinkle color. There are white ones with pink centers growing wild across the street in the woods. They are September's flower.
Agreed, it should make it just fine.
I agree with texasstar7. Give it a little extra TLC for a few days and I bet it will be fine. Many people think of morning glories as a weed because of their ability to survive and thrive in pretty harsh conditions. Personally I can't see how anything that beautiful should be removed from anyone's garden, lawn, pots... Thank you for a pretty puzzle.
LJ, you may want to give it a chance. As hot as it is here (we're setting records for heat at 104-105), I stepped on a Cypress vine that I didn't plant, but had some a few years back in one of the beds. I scraped up the dirt around it, gave it a drink, and it came right through, and I didn't plant it! Love those freebies, don't you?
Then I was outside working in my yard today and I had stepped on it and mangled terribly. I felt badly when I realized what I had done. Maybe it will pull though. Just maybe.
Those are the best kind of plants laurajane.
Thanks SPG and Shirley. It just appeared yesterday. I didn't plant it. It's magic!
Very sweet little flower, Thanks Laura.
I've always wanted to grow morning glories - they have a blue that you don't often see in other blue flowers! and then the dark green leaves to set them off! Thanks laurajane!
Yes, a little morning glory.
So pretty - morning glory?