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I have planted morning glories two years in a row. I end up with huge vines but no flowers. They are planted in direct signlight and moderately fertile soil. My current vines are reaching 15 feet around a flag pole but not one flower! Yet, there are wild morning glories on fence near the cultivated plants. Rain this year has been moderate and last years it was a bit more rainy but the soil is well-drained. What am I doing wrong?


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Some morning glories are late bloomers. The typical blue variety doesn't bloom until later in summer. You may just need to be patient.

vanhoeck


There is a discussion of such at

http://forums2.gardenweb.com/forums/load/annuals/msg0715490821249.html

Anthony Brach Ph.D.



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