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This speedy climber is the ultimate in old-fashioned charm. Vines grow 10 to 20 feet in a season. Morning Glories have dark, heart-shaped leaves and produce breath-taking trumpet flowers up to 3 inches in diameter.

The fragrant flowers unfurl to greet the morning sun, then close up in the afternoon. Colors include white, red, pink, purple, blue, and bicolors. Give your Morning Glory plant something to climb up. They will entwine themselves around obstacles. They are perfect growning on a fence, lamp post or trellis.

Morning Glories have few problems with insects and disease.

(Today's Photo is entered in DD...Charcoal Contrast, Water-Color and Criss Cross applied to image.)

May Your Day Be Filled With Beautiful Flowers!!<:))

© Lorraine A. Cook
Canon Powershot S3...

Jeff W. Robinson
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    Great capture, info and treatment Lorriane!

7/29/2012 5:18:13 AM

Joy Rector
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well done

7/29/2012 5:43:01 AM

John Connolly
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Nice color and treatment here Lorraine! This is one unique image!

7/29/2012 1:44:46 PM

Tammy Espino
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Beautiful work :)

7/30/2012 7:39:13 PM

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