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Name: Ethan
Status: student
Grade: K-3
Location: MA
Country: N/A
Date: 9/25/2005


Question:
I am asking this question for my Mimi. Since you only let teachers and students K-12 ask questions she has asked me to help. Mimi has grown morning glories on her fence for several years. She just noticed today that some of the flowers are frilly instead of trumpet shaped like they have always been? She never plants new seeds they always grow from the seeds that were pollenated the previous year.


Replies:
Perhaps variation in the flowers. Or other kinds of morning glories (varieties or species in the same group) have seeded themselves there.

Anthony Brach Ph.D.



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