Morning Glory

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©junebug on July 12, 2007

Hello Ryan! I like this lovely flower. It almost looks like one I have on my balcony except for the color. Have to take a pic and post it. Greetings, Anne

Ryan Calhoun on July 12, 2007

Thank you, Anne. I was on a bike ride and had to catch up, so I didn't take the time to notice the holes in this flower until after. I'm glad you can still tell what it looks like :)

Ryan Calhoun on July 18, 2007

See Junebug's purple morning glories. They are very pretty.

©junebug on July 19, 2007

Hallo Ryan, thanks for your comment on my morning glory. Is that the correct name of this flower? It would suit because the blossoms close in the afternoon. Greetings!:-)

Ryan Calhoun on July 19, 2007

Yes, that's the name. I've never watched them, but I believe the flower dies in the afternoon, and a new flower opens each morning, the same as daylilies. Morning glories are a kind of vine that can cover the ground or climb trees and fences. The red ones attract hummingbirds.

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    by Ryan Calhoun