Flowers Morning Glories September 18, 2021 Timothy Price33 Comments Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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I ADORE THESE FLOWERS!! You won’t believe me, but I just posted about these!!
gAH THEY’RE LOVELY-
They only last a few hours out here. After a few hours of our intense sunshine, they fold up and are done. Thanks PBS.
Ah, that’s too bad… but they’re gorgeous when they’re there!! (:
In their pure simplicity Morning Glories are some of the most beautiful flowers. Thank you:)
Morning beauties… 🙏
I love morning glories.
They are beautiful flowers. In the Midwest they are considered noxious weeds when they grow in the corn and bean fields. An thick accumulation of vines will hopelessly clog a combine.
They are the same out here. They totally cover plants and smother them If I don’t pull them back. These are planted in pots on the deck and are growing up the wire that encloses the deck. They are not a problem like the wild ones.
Exquisite photos! Just like us, they blossom and fade. Glorious! 🙂
Fortunately it usually takes us a lot longer to fade. Thanks, Mary Jo.
I love these little beauties…
They are beautiful! I love morning glories, but have to grow them behind deer fencing. They love them, too!
Thanks, Lavinia. Nothing eats them out here so I end pulling a lot of them off the other plants.
I enjoyed seeing your morning glories! They are such a pretty sight.
I had 5 blooms this summer. A bunny ate mine several times. So I was happy to get 5 blooms.
Thanks, Nancy. Our bunnies are pretty lame. They could eat all the wild morning glories they wanted to and I wouldn’t mind.
I love these colors! They remind me that I just purchased some “pea flower” powder, it’s the coolest thing to add to food, tea, or cocktails, it’s like a natural purple food coloring, so fun to play with! 💜
The pea flower powder sounds really cool. Thanks, Tiffany.
Truly beauties, Tim.
Morning glory! Thanks, Tim!
Love morning glories! I haven’t grown them in years, but am considering doing it next spring
They are pretty, but pesky if they get out of control. Thanks, KT.
Pretty in pink and purple.
Yes they are. Thanks, Teri.
Great shots Tim … yep they are weeds here too
Thanks, Julie. They are pretty when they bloom.
Those happen to be my wife’s favorite colors.
Laurie likes those colors, also. She planted them. Thanks, Brian.