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Incarnata vs. Morning Glory

Posted by jankay SC 7b (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 20, 07 at 16:34

I've got these two vines duking it out on one five foot trellis. Passis are blooming all over the place and smell heavenly. Can these two peacefully co-exist, and when should the Morning Glories bloom?

Thanks :D


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RE: Incarnata vs. Morning Glory

In my back yard, they don't co-exist peacefully but do co-exist in a constant state of competition. Both are overwhelming my grape vines. My morning glories are blooming like crazy right now, but different types may bloom at different times.


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RE: Incarnata vs. Morning Glory

I've got some Grandpa Ott's growing with my passi, they seem to be taking turns. The passi was blooming like crazy, and now taking a little break. The morning glory is taking over. It seems to be working well for me...both seem happy.


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RE: Incarnata vs. Morning Glory

  • Posted by chena z7 Texas (My Page) on
    Fri, Jul 20, 07 at 18:42

MG'S!!!! OMG!!!!
They are soooo Beautiful... BUT such little beasts!!! I swear I pull hundreds every day!!!
Passi's I guess I kind of turn my head for the ones in the ground..... Most of mine are in pots....
Chena


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RE: Incarnata vs. Morning Glory

I have about 20 different MG varieties growing on the fence amongst my passies. There hasn't been any problems.
Karyn


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RE: Incarnata vs. Morning Glory

  • Posted by chena z7 Texas (My Page) on
    Sat, Jul 21, 07 at 16:39

LOL...One year I used MG's to shade the tomatoes from our west Texas heat....Worked real good the first yr... Now it is such a struggle.. They are so beautiful but just imposible to keep up with.. No way I can keep them from reseeding ..


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