My morning glories are droopy. Is there any way to bring them back? I think they may have been over watered.
When it comes to watering morning glories you should let the soil dry out in between waterings. What color are the leaves - have they yellowed?
Are they in containers or planted in the ground? For tips on treating over-watered plants in containers, please visit the following link:
One thing is for sure, however. If they have in fact been over-watered you are going to want to hold off on using your watering can for awhile.
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The leaves start to discolor and end up forming a lacy translucent spot, which eventually kills the leaf and then the vine, while the flowers hang on perfectly healthy. What is this and what might be done to control it? I haven't got a photo, but it might be a kind of leaf-spot, although the area quickly expands into this discolored translucent lacy mess killing all my vines.
I believe this is the handiwork of an insect. Take a look at the following article and let me know what you think:
I have Morning Glories growing up the support wires on the side of my screened porch. They are still very small, and are attaching to the screen, growing through the screen, into the inside of my porch. It is really pretty, but I don't want to allow it to continue growing on the screen if it is going to damage the fine mesh screens of my porch. Will the plants rip holes in the screens as they get bigger?
Vines and window screens are typically not a good combination so I wouldn't recommend it. I am one of those people who doesn't like to underestimate the power of a vine!
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Some seeds float to the surface of the water and some remain submerged. Are the floaters keepers or no good?
It is said that seeds that float are not viable. It's a beautiful theory, however, it is not fool proof. I came across many in forums who planted floaters and they germinated. I would plant all your seeds. You have absolutely nothing to lose and everything to gain.
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I have planted morning glory in the same place every year with great success until the last two summers. These last 2 summers they have not flowered at all but have masses of foliage. I fed and watered regularly. What's gone wrong?
It may be to much nitrogen in the soil.
Here is a link to help you correct the growing conditions.
I have a beautiful morning glory plant and something (animal or insect) is cutting the flower off stem but not eating it. I find (always happens at night) the flowers in the flower bed next to plant uneaten. Help!
Most likely slugs as they come at night and are not seen during the day.
Here are a few links with more information.
How to get rid of the black caterpillars that are eating the leaves on morning glory vines?
Here is a link for you.