Morning glories and what I learned from growing them one summer. This is a post from my other blog Xine Segalas Creatives. I’d love to hear about your experiences with morning glories.
I used to grow morning glories in a small container along the side of my house but it wasn’t in a place that I could admire them from the windows that faced the backyard of my house, nor from my backyard deck. So I decided that one year I would seed some need the garden and a metal trellis I had welded in my welding class. I would soon learn more about morning glories than I cared to know.
Ipomoea purpurea, a.k.a. morning glory are beautiful flowers that come in a variety of colors – I choose President Tyler, a purple morning glory and pink morning glory which if it had a special name, I don’t recall what it is. The morning glories took hold quickly to the rich soil and new location their seeds were sown. Soon one side of the trellis was almost filled and it was…
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