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have: mg rooted cutting

Posted by cinnie0 9b / So Cal (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 27, 13 at 12:12

Just trimmed moms MG. Have about 15 or so rooted cuttings. about 3-5 inches long. Would like to trade them and not trash. I dont know the name.


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RE: have: mg rooted cutting

its the Heavenly Blue morning glory


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Definitely not Heavenly Blue which is Ipomoea tricolor, but could be Ipomoea hederacea, Ivy Leaved Morning Glory.
Are the leaves slightly hairy?

This post was edited by poisondartfrog on Sat, Jun 29, 13 at 7:10


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RE: have: mg rooted cutting

Yes they are slightly hairy, they start off purpleish turn a blueish and have a violet colored star in the center of them definitely not heavenly blue i have hb and its not that.


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I believe that's Ipomoea indica, also called Blue Dawn Flower---and YES, I'd love to trade! I had this years ago and lost it since it's not hardy in my zone. What can I tempt you with?


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msbatt sent you an email.


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I think you are right msbatt. Nice!


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