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Name: Randall
Status: other
Grade: other
Location: MO
Country: USA
Date: Fall 2012

Do Morning glories return year to year or do they return only from seed after the winter

The "morning glory" that is commonly cultivated is an annual; however there are other plants in the same family which are either annuals or perennials depending upon the species. The following may be helpful

Sincerely, Anthony R. Brach, PhD Harvard University Herbaria


Here is an article on Morning Glories you might enjoy:

Morning Glories are perennial plants. That means that they die in autumn and come back the next spring, year-after-year-after-year.

Sincere regards, Mike Stewart

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