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    Nightsky...it was morning glory because I sowed the seed. Bindweed was what I grew up with and is the reason I like morning glories. I think most morning glory seeds found now are non-invasive types.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HPLH View Post
    is jimscott trying to be funny?
    No, there's someone whose name is Moonflower. I think that's what he meant, anyways.
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    I think "moonflowers" are Mg's, too. I think it's I. alba.

    If you like weeds, I mean morning glories, then you should try two beautiful relatives. Rivea corymbosa, which IMO is prettier and more robust looking than morning glories, and Argyreia nervosa which is hairy!

    Morning glories are roadside and urban weeds here. Everywhere. Like dandylions.

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