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Name:  Tina
Status:   educator
Age:   40s
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Date: Around 1999  


Question:
Is it necessary to prune a climbing morning glory once it reaches a certain height?



Replies:
It basically depends on the circumstances. Morning glorys grow rapidly, and should be checked if warrented.

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Do_you_prune_morning_glory

PG


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