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Beginner Flowers: My Morning Glories

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lianmoenir
Jakarta
Indonesia

October 19, 2012
5:49 AM

Post #9309566

I dont have any story about flowers, but I only have pictures, do you want to see them? Please give me a comment or suggestion about my flowers. Thank you

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cytf
Staten Island, NY

October 19, 2012
9:35 PM

Post #9310224

Hi lianmoenir,is this your first flower.?you have done well because morning glories are fussy plants to flower, I waited very long for mine to bloom.they are beautiful, lots of luck with gardening
lianmoenir
Jakarta
Indonesia

October 23, 2012
12:26 AM

Post #9312780

No, this is not the first time. I have some collections, and most of them are blooming.
I think they need full sun and the porous soil.

Suseart
Ramona, CA
(Zone 9a)

October 24, 2012
7:50 PM

Post #9314597

Hi Lian, lovely blooms as usual. I hope the ones I sent you do well, am looking forward to pics when they do! Nice seeing you on DG, I haven't been on much but plan to be here more often!- Susan
lianmoenir
Jakarta
Indonesia

October 31, 2012
2:18 AM

Post #9320796

surprised..surprised..you are here too.
I just read word by word when you mentioned " I hope the ones I sent you do well"..
I dont realize that Suseart is Susan..hehhe..
I promise when they bloom I will show to you asap.

tks
davidsl88
Worcester, MA

December 5, 2012
3:27 PM

Post #9350744

Thank you for sharing, they're very pretty.
JuanaJennifar
Charleston, WV

February 2, 2013
2:36 AM

Post #9405625

Hi
lianmoenir
wow nice to see these flowers. They are beautiful and colorful looking too.

This message was edited Feb 2, 2013 5:37 AM
Goober_Fairy
Smiths, AL

February 3, 2013
5:37 PM

Post #9407410

omg i love morning glories

jamibad

jamibad
Flagler Beach, FL
(Zone 9b)

April 5, 2013
8:00 PM

Post #9473242

I just planted some by seed, looking for more information on getting them started, If any one has suggestions please comment. Thanks , Jami
bruce444

April 19, 2013
3:52 AM

Post #9489288

They look Really Awesome... Very Healthy and Happy Flower..


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shauna1219

shauna1219
Tampa, FL
(Zone 9b)

April 19, 2013
7:39 AM

Post #9489493

Beautiful!

Got my first MG's at a local RU we had 2 weeks ago.


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Gracesmom
GREAT VALLEY, NY

April 22, 2013
1:15 PM

Post #9493350

Here in Western NY there is what we call a MG but its a pain! Its like this annoying weed that growing all over my flower beds. MG's have never been planted there. Just curious if that weed is a true MG or something we just call one?
bluebee
Midland, WA

April 27, 2013
1:29 PM

Post #9499159

Gracesmom wrote:Here in Western NY there is what we call a MG but its a pain! Its like this annoying weed that growing all over my flower beds. MG's have never been planted there. Just curious if that weed is a true MG or something we just call one?


Gracesmom -It is the same here in WA, an annoying prolific weed, they overtake everything. The ones we had were white, the colored ones are pretty. So not sure if they are the same as shown.
davidsl88
Worcester, MA

April 27, 2013
2:22 PM

Post #9499181

Bindweed looks similar to MG. There's a species here (can't remember the name) that particularly likes ornamental shrubs.
Gracesmom
GREAT VALLEY, NY

May 8, 2013
5:23 PM

Post #9513759

davids188, your probably right. They are the most intrusive things ever. Worse than the dreaded dandylion! I will be keeping a very good eye out for them this year around my knew roses. I'm so afraid they'll choke them to death or my astilbe or anything else. I'm planning on planting alyssum very thick around there as soon as weather permits. Hoping maybe that will choke them out.
davidsl88
Worcester, MA

May 9, 2013
2:08 PM

Post #9514784

I wish I could remember the name of that particular bindweed. It's on the invasive plant watch here in MA, which I only knew about because last year I read a news story about it. The state Dept of Ag was appealing to the public for help to look for it and report it. Well, I had seen that weed just that spring at my friends house - it was wrapped around her rhods and I helped her yank them out. So I went back and took pics and emailed the contact from the news story. What I'd found was not THAT bindweed (but a bindweed nonetheless although the state wasn't interested in helping her to get rid of it!). It looks very much like MG but the blooms and color seem 'weaker' for me. I'm afraid that the ground cover won't choke it out though because of the root system and it appears to thrive in the deep shade of the shrubbery. :>(

tinyshinythings
None
United Kingdom

May 11, 2013
12:15 AM

Post #9516472

Hi newbie in Scotland here. I am learning there is such a thing as too much water. My seeds are collapsing. Is this damping off?
davidsl88
Worcester, MA

May 11, 2013
1:31 PM

Post #9517040

TST:

Damping off is fungal disease typically caused by soil or tools that are not sterile which leads to wilt/death. If you think you've merely over-watered, all may not be lost. Try a warm sunny spot to dry them out a bit. As you see they require moisture try a spray bottle mister. I have been more successful misting seeds/seedlings than 'watering' them. It's so much easier to control the amount of water and there's no such thing as over-watering. Seedlings can be fragile too and the mist is a gentler method than just dumping a wave of water over them. :>)

Good luck!
Suseart
Ramona, CA
(Zone 9a)

January 28, 2014
2:56 PM

Post #9757587

Hi again Lian, just realized I never saw your response! I hope you're having fun with your MGs! -Susan
Scarborshannon
Las Vegas, NV
(Zone 9a)

April 11, 2014
6:52 PM

Post #9810264

So pretty here are mine, they do great if I ignore them. If I pay to close attention to them I kill them.

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13Turtles

13Turtles
Springfield, OR
(Zone 8a)

April 20, 2014
10:30 PM

Post #9817514

I believe the bindweeds and the colored MGs are all Ipomea, so related.

13Turtles

13Turtles
Springfield, OR
(Zone 8a)

April 20, 2014
10:34 PM

Post #9817519

Make that Ipomoea. Sorry!
dannyboy91
North Brunswick Town, NJ
(Zone 7a)

April 28, 2014
4:44 PM

Post #9824539

How tall will their vines and blooms grow? Do you get many blooms on one vine? They are beautiful, would love them on my back fence!
Congrats to you on your flowers, wonderful.
Danny

avazquez

avazquez
sonora, IA

May 13, 2014
3:34 PM

Post #9838001

Wow, those looks so beautiful!
NikkiDrews
Monticello, IA

May 28, 2014
4:00 PM

Post #9851859

gorgeous. I want to get some for my house.

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