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Love your morning glories! I have the very same morning glories growing up an arbor I have in my backyard-I did not plant them! They just showed up one year. We do have bird feeders there, and I think they came from the bird seed that we bought for the birds. My backyard neighbor now has them in her yard! Could be that the birds eat the seeds, and then poop them out, complete with fertilizer!
Thanks, Deborah! I bet your arbor is beautiful. What a lovely accident! I love the dramatic look of vines on arbors, pergolas, and railings -- very romantic. I found out that morning glory is very invasive because the roots grow underneath the ground by rhizomes, sprouting out new little roots wherever they can. In one year our property has had a crazy amount of new morning glories pop up!
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