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Is there such a thing as Red Moonvine?

Posted by quiltingfox 8 LA (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 16, 09 at 16:48

Is there such a thing as Red Moonvine? A good friend of mine is wanting a red flowering vine and asked me today if there is a Red Moonvine plant/seeds. Would love some feedback on this.

Best to you and many thanks,
quiltingfox


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RE: Is there such a thing as Red Moonvine?

Do you mean Red moonvines as in the morning glory family?


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RE: Is there such a thing as Red Moonvine?

I don't know how MG are related to Moonvines. I know there are white and purple moonvines and I was wondering if there are any red Moonvines.

Best to you and many thanks,
quiltingfox


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RE: Is there such a thing as Red Moonvine?

quiltingfox I was just asking...the white moonvine that
I am speaking of is Ipomoea Alba, and the purple one is Ipomoea Turbinata. Both are in the morning glory family. There is no true red one that I know of. Wish there was! Sometimes Ipomoea Turbinata is called "red moonvine" for marketing purposes but it isn't even close to red! LOL


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RE: Is there such a thing as Red Moonvine?

Thank you bunches. That is very helpful to know.

Best to you and many thanks,
quiltingfox


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RE: Is there such a thing as Red Moonvine?

Your very welcome!


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