I have been planting morning glories out side my house for years now, each winter I take the seed possible and replant for the following spring. This year almost all of the seeds I have been replanting are all white seeds. 1 pod out of 30 are black seeds. Why? Will they replant and grow like normal?
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Mature morning glory seeds are usually brown/black with a hard seed coat. However, some varieties have beige seeds which reproduce just fine. You didn't say if you planted more than one variety. To be sure of plenty of flowers, you may want to supplement with some newly purchased seeds.