Calling all "judges" for the annual DG County Fair! Vote for your favorites here!

"Bush" Morning Glories

Gulf Coast, TX

These come back every year and I kinda forgot about them....would've missed them if I hadn't looked up lol.

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Gulf Coast, TX

Pretty shade of blue....

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Jacksonville, AR(Zone 7b)

Very pretty Elixir, a lovely shade of blue. Looks a lot like indica.

Oops edited to say the flowers resemble indica,not sure about the foliage.

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Garland, TX(Zone 8a)

Love that blue!

I agree with patootie... It looks almost identical to the Ipomoea indica that I had growing up through Ligustrums until we had an "average" winter, which killed all but a few stragglers.

Gautier, MS

I agree, very pretty! I like that blue color.

Gulf Coast, TX

Thanks everyone :)

You are right patootie, it is I. indica - its twining its way through a VERY large bush I have growing along my fence line - I guess I'll leave it be for now, it seems happy living like that lol...

Nifty - yeah I hear ya, my poor vine froze completely to the ground winter before last, but it came back in full force - this year the winter was really mild where I am so it didn't suffer much die back. It was odd that during the drought although I never watered it it just kept on growing and putting flowers out - so it's a keeper for sure in my yard lol. Hopefully yours will come back and have purdy's on it in no time :)

(Linda Kay) Del Rio, TX(Zone 9a)

Beautiful color! If you get any seeds, please save me some?

Carlisle, PA(Zone 6b)

I'd like to get some seeds of Indica, too. Maybe we could do a swap? Thanks

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