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ID another MG

Posted by suseart 10 (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 12, 09 at 10:46

Hey all,

I have had another MG I can't ID. Well a couple more, but this one for now. It always seems to either be ruffled or split when it blooms. The first pics were taken at 5 am so the color looks bluer, the third pic is how they mostly appear in daylight a couple hours later. The vine has the heart shaped leaf.

-Susan

Here is a link that might be useful: New MG to ID


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RE: ID another MG

Hi Susan, you definitely have an ipomoea purpurea-hige type. They come in a few colors, white pink, blue or purple, some that are also flaked. A lot of times they will show a solid or split flower too.

Here is a link that might be useful: Hige MG


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RE: ID another MG

Thanks Ronnie, yeah, that's it for sure. It is starting to flower profusely now, and I always look forward to a lot of blooms each morning. I love it!

-Susan


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RE: ID another MG

Your welcome Susan!! It is a great one to grow!


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