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Wierd Morning GLory

Posted by daniellalell 6b-7? NJ (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 6, 08 at 18:17

Hi, I was wondering if anyone can tell me what I have here? This is a morning glory, hasn't gotten a flower yet though. Came up from seed from last year. It has weird leaves, not the normal heart shaped morning glory leaves I have always had. Had normal starter leaves though.
So I thought maybe someone could tell me why these leaves are like this? Every leaf on this vine is the same way. I wish it would flower already. Is this a dif type of morning glory maybe I threw down seed for last year and didn't know? Didn't come up till this year?


While I'm at it, I guess I'll throw in this pic of a mutant siamese twin MG leaf, lol. This is in a dif area of the year for mutations?

I also have green echinaceas which should be "Ruby Star" I guess they have that weird disease I can't remember the name of right now.

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RE: Wierd Morning GLory

Never mind

RE: Wierd Morning GLory

I have some with the same leaf shape. I do not know the name of the variety, but mine are a BEAUTIFUL blue.


RE: Wierd Morning GLory

  • Posted by ornata London UK (8/9?) (My Page) on
    Wed, Jul 9, 08 at 11:13

I think my Ipomoea lobata (Spanish Flag) has leaves similar to the one in the first picture.

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