Morning Glory Plants

Deep purple morning glories

Zone Austin, TX 78736 | ellie.martin added on January 11, 2016 | Answered

We planted seed a few years ago. Apparently, they are the sort that reseed themselves. They are a small bloom and very dark. I like the big, bright blue ones. How do I get rid of the dark purple one that seems to crowd out the new seeds I planted last spring?

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Answered on January 12, 2016

You are not alone with the issue of invasive Morning Glory Vines, the link below will help you.

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