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New gardener

Posted by vernonrobinson3 none (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 16, 13 at 6:23

I have recently planted a few plants in my pots a few weeks back, and beings I had plans on going on vacation I put my father in charge of looking after my seeds to get them to sprout. Little to my knowledge, he changed the pots up and I've lost track of which plant is which! My cacti have sprouted and are looking nice, but this little guy sprouted up in one of the separate pots my father put out. I'm hoping this is my Hawaiian baby woodrose plant but I've never grown them before! Could someone please help me positively identify this for me? Thank you very much.
P.s. I'm new to this website so forgive me if this is in the wrong category or if I'm doing this incorrectly!

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RE: New gardener

Looks like a Morning Glory seedling.

RE: New gardener

Florauk is correct, that is morning glory. The HBWR seeds take a bit of time to germinate so its likely going to be late to sprout. Got free sample at thriftyhut going now in styrofoam cup. Slow at first but takes off after that. Within two years it will start covering a fence line.

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