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Name: Randall
Status: other
Grade: other
Location: MO
Country: USA
Date: Fall 2012


Question:
Do Morning glories return year to year or do they return only from seed after the winter



Replies:
The "morning glory" that is commonly cultivated is an annual; however there are other plants in the same family which are either annuals or perennials depending upon the species. The following may be helpful

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morning_glory

Sincerely, Anthony R. Brach, PhD Harvard University Herbaria


Randall

Here is an article on Morning Glories you might enjoy:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morning_glory

Morning Glories are perennial plants. That means that they die in autumn and come back the next spring, year-after-year-after-year.

Sincere regards, Mike Stewart



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