“With a few flowers in my garden, half a dozen pictures and some books, I live without envy.”
Gorgeous shot, Morg.
Thanks, Luke. The sun shining through a tropical morning glory inspires me far more than stained glass church windows. :-)
Very pretty! What is it?(OT: Coraline news! Check my blog for a cool link.)
It's a tropical morning glory. The blooms are about the size of my husband's hand, and the vines aren't as invasive as the native morning glories. I love them.Coraline news??? Oooo. Must. Check. Now.
Well, if I had bothered to read your reply to Luke...duh. Damn vodka.Long live Coraline =^.^=
Beautiful plant. What zones are they hardy to? I thought it was just a regular native morning glory. Should've known better. I love native morning glories but this one is spectacular.
We're a Zone 7, Christopher. I don't know what other lower zones they're hardy to but I'll find out from Larry and let you know. They are the most amazing flowers and bloom for quite some time.
love bluebells... :)
mg? thunk it was a bluebell?
Glory B, to the Morning Glory!Did you take that beautiful shot?
very niceI used to plant my morning glorys with moonflowers for day & night blooms on my back porch
Wuff, no, not bluebells. Tropical morning glories.Micky-T, I did take the shot. I was outside coming back in from milking the goats and the sun was coming through the morning glories just-so. I went straight for my camera. I'm glad you like the shot.Bobb, I've got some moonflower seeds I need to plant, even though it's late in the year. I do so love them and they'd complement the morning glories nicely!
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