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Morning Glories with variegated leaves?

Posted by bill_ri_z6b (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 15, 11 at 17:28

Does anyone know of a morning glory that has some variegation in the leaves, as well as some of the leaves taking on a sort of three-lobed shape (reminiscent of sweet potato vine or similar)? I saw these on many fences when I was in Capri, Italy, but have not seen them online or in any seed catalogs. The flowers are purplish blue and about the size of the familiar "Heavenly Blue".


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RE: Morning Glories with variegated leaves?

Sounds lovely - I googled variegated morning glory and found some, mainly Japanese, but not quite as you described; not blue and/or not tall. Maybe the vine forum?


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RE: Morning Glories with variegated leaves?

DTD, that's a good suggestion. I think I'll post it there. Thanks.


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RE: Morning Glories with variegated leaves?

I tried a lot of morning glory from seed a few years ago and I did have one that had variegated leaves. Wish I could remember the name of it. I know there are a few people on the winter sowing forum who collect morning glory seed and I'll bet you would get a response to your question there.


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