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Morning glory

Some of you may remember that I planted my morning glory seeds ridiculously early, and ended up with my living room window like a jungle... I had no choice but to plant them up and harden off very slowly. They did suffer a little but have really taken off now... Do you think the trauma will have affected flowering?
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  • BalBal Posts: 93

    They look much better than mine Loganberry. Mine are about 6 to 8 inches high, have had loads of flowers but haven't grown any taller for weeks.

  • DovefromaboveDovefromabove Central Norfolk UKPosts: 82,129

    I'm sure they'll flower just fine -  with all that foliage don't forget that they need quite a bit of water in warm weather image

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  • Tropical SamTropical Sam Posts: 1,488

    Sun and warmth and they will flower. The mild winter has allowed the Morning Glory that I had last year to self seed madly (they are invasive in many parts of the world, never normally for me). Flowering from July till frosts is normal.

  • Tropical SamTropical Sam Posts: 1,488

    I should add that if you are growing them up trees or other plants that they can be difficult to pull off the dead Morning Glory in winter as they twine so much.

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