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Thursday, August 7, 2014

MY FIRST MORNING GLORY

This is my first Morning Glory.
Actually, I don't know the name of this variety.
If you know about the name, please tell me. 


I sowed two seed on the late of May.
And two weeks later I moved them into bigger pots.
I put them one on the southern balcony, the other one on my porch, near the front door.


I should prepare the support for this vine, but I didn't do that.
The vine is climbing everywhere, so I put a plastic line on the canopy on my balcony as an emergency support.


The Morning Glory vine that I put it on the porch is climbing on the leaves of some plants next to the pot.


I find some flower buds almost everyday.
I'm sure they will greeting us with their sweet color everyday.



And... they will share the 'glory' to everybody who see them.









I still have six seeds of Morning Glory to be sowed next time.
Hope they have different colors.
So... my home garden will more colorful...

28 comments:

  1. Oh how pretty! Lovely bloom for a wonderful gardener :-) I didn't have a good start with morning glory growing from seed. I have sowed a few few months ago. One seed sprouted and later when the rain came pouring, the poor seedling died. I felt really bad after that. Now seeing yours, I am encouraged again to sow some morning glory seeds again when possible. Enjoy the pretty blooms, Enday! You have a great day.

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    1. Yes, I have never known that the color is so pretty like this. Such a lovely plant, growing so well with minimum handling.
      thank you for coming.

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  2. What a beautiful colour your Morning Glory is, I imagine it's going to look fantastic once it starts blooming fully.

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    1. Yes, you're right. Thank you for coming.

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  3. Those are one of the worst weeds that I have, it is so hard to get rid of once it gets into a garden.

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    1. I see, it will be an incridible weed for your garden. But your steer must be love it.

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  4. Our morning glory refuses to flower.

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    1. Oh...please, for the first time I sowed Moonflower-a varian of scented morning glory, it made me so frustation, but I think the quality of the seeds were not good enough. Now, I'm so happy to see them grow so well

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  5. Sweetnya color morning glory ini. Nampaknya Endah pun jadi peminat bunga ini juga. Saya pun ada beberapa jenis baru yang belum disemai lagi.

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    1. Betul Kak, cantik-cantik warnanya saya suka.

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  6. Beautiful, such a pretty colour. I was hoping to grow Morning Glories this year, I had some really strong, healthy seedlings but the slugs gobbled them up the minute I planted them out. I was hoping they'd cover my fence as they have masses of blooms once they get going.

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    1. You're right. I can imagine how beautiful they are, decorating your fence. The masses of blooms will look so beautiful.

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    1. Actually, this is for the first time I see this color.

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  8. This year I have the normal blue Morning Glory. I think you have a lovely one, I like the beautiful soft pink colour. On first photo I thought it was the white one, we have that too and that´s an awful weed.

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    1. The blue one is a common weed here, but it so beautiful.

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  9. What a lovely morning glory. Where did you get the seeds?

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    1. I got it from my friend on facebook. I follow some urban gardener groups.

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  10. That's a very pretty Morning Glory. It's graceful and a beautiful mix of soft colors. Lucky you!

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    1. Thanks, yes, I am. When I got the seeds, I didn't know the color. I'm so happy that the color is so interesting

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  11. Love your morning glory!!! Mine is taking off too! I will have to share photos with you when it blooms! Yours is such a soft stunning color friend! Happy gardening! Nicole xo

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    1. I want to see your morning glory, friend. It must be so beautiful.

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  12. Such a pretty flower! My garden is lacking of blooms!

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    1. Hope your garden will full of blooms soon.

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  13. Beautiful~ I love the soft pink color. I think that this the first pink color I have seen in morning glories. Thank you for sharing.

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    1. You're welcome. Here, there are so many colors of hybrid morning glories, and I want to collect them all, but I think I should prepare an extra space for them all.
      Happy gardening and have a nice week!

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