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I planted my morning glories this year and I have beautiful vines but I have NO flowers. It has vined up the lattice about 7 feet now and I see no blooms or buds on them. Can you tell me what to do or what is wrong? I planted the seeds.


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It depends on the variety that you have. If you have standard blue morning glories, I have found that they don't bloom until August, at least in the Midwest. It is also important that they get morning sun.

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