I have been growing morning glories for a long time. This year I saw one that was much larger (2 -3 times) than the rest. Is it a mutation? It hasn't produced a flower yet but is growing at a extremely fast rate.
Hi Meissen...mine grew at an incredible rate last year.
They started out like this when I planted them
and turned into these in no time at all, the growth each day was quite astonishing
Ay up Sheps. Long time no see.
Get that place tidied!
Going to do this myself this very day!!!
it looks wonderful.
too late to sow seed?????
Got the seeds - but only the miserable dark ones (Kniola's Black). sowed a couple this morning , but going to try and get a cheap packet of the lovely pale blue common ones tomorrow.
Oh sheps they were so beautiful bet they were stunning in flower. Can I ask how many you put in each pot to get such thick foliage?
Ey up, PP...I've got the brush in one hand, a dustpan in the other...so you can guess where the broom is sweep, sweep...sweep
Hi Jacquim...just one plant per pot and fed them once a week with tomato food. I'm not too sure which species they were, one had really big pale blue flowers about 4 inch in diameter and the other was a darker blue flower with a radiating purple center and about 2 inch in diameter.