I love them going to try again sandy
Love the story/of the morning glory!
I really want these but can't seem to grow the things. Now their weedy invasive evil twin? No problem.
Wow, Sue, great little pictorial study of your morning glory beanstalk. :-)FlowerLady
What a great post!! They will return..
No words needed .......you did a great job with the pictures.........story very will told.BEAUTIFULPrayers, Bo
Reminds me of Jack and the Beanstalk! Great side view of the house and the garden, really lovely.
Now, tell us Susan what did you feed to that beautiful beast?
Sue, Sweetbay said exactly what I was thinking! They seemed on their way to the castle with the giant. gail
Hi Sue~~ What's in your soil? LOL I knew these plants were voracious growers and you've got the proof. Love the green color you've chosen for your house.
Sue girl .. now that is a "Jack and the Beanstalk" story of a morning glory : )I don't seem to have luck with them .. I am so disappointed about twos years with wated Moonflowers .. drats !!JoyPS .. and I will probably try again ? 3rd time lucky ??
MG's grow like crazy, don't they? That's a lighter shade than Heavenly Blue (which is what I have/had) too. Nice 'story' Sue!Lynn ;)
Sue, I remember morning glories used to grow to such bewildering heights in my NE garden. I tried them here in CO, but they are way too frost sensitive. Yours climbed to great heights, did you collect seeds for next year? Such a remarkable specimen!
Reminds me of Narnia's lamp post where it snowed and all.You had kept those continous pictures in stages.Wonderful. Good thing nothing got electricuted.
Love those morning glories--but then I would! ;-)
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