Morning Glory - red cotyledons?
I've been growing morning glories for a few years now, and I just started up this year's seeds. One of my purpureas (not sure of the exact color flower) has a red stem and cotyledons! All of the other plants are green, or green tinged with purple.
I tried searching for this and didn't come up with any answers. Is this a common thing? Does it relate to a specific kind of morning glory? (I know that light colored seeds for morning glories tend to mean lighter colored flowers, but wasn't sure if red stems had a significance).
This post was edited by MandyRose9 on Thu, Feb 28, 13 at 13:02