Monday, June 13, 2011

Mt Fuji morning glory

Thank you my gardening kaki One for the seeds!
These fast growing vines with colourful big blooms are going to fill my fence and arbor in a flash!
lar lar lar lar~




Did you know morning glories are against the law to grow in Arizona?

12 comments:

Bangchik and Kakdah said...

It should make any home colourful with such sweet display of flowers.

One said...

The pink and white flowers go very well with the white fence. They definitely look better in your garden than in mine. The seeds do take a very long time to form, ya?

Sunray Gardening said...

That is a really pretty one. Love the combo of color.
Cher

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

Wooo..sangat cantik dan sangat cemburu...They look really good climbing your trellis.

Open Kitchen Concept said...

Oh beautiful! They look so pretty I thought for a moment they weren't real! How happy you must be to see them grow on your fence!

Mark Willis said...

Please can you tell me WHY it is illegal to grow Morning Glory in Arizona?

milka said...

Hi Mark, I read that from the internet. It says morning glories are considered "noxious weeds" in Arizona and that is why it is against to grow there. But i'm not sure how true is this statement? I hope someone from Arizona can verify this.

kitchen flavours said...

Beautiful and striking bloom! Very pretty and looks perfect in your garden!

p3chandan said...

They really look stunning on your white fence. A very unusual variety of morning glory, perhaps we can exchange seeds...hehehe

milka said...

p3chandan: yes very unusual, the flower can reach 6inch in diameter wor... yep sure will safe some seeds for you :)

Malar said...

Pretty bloom! Nice combination with white fence!

The Seasonal One said...

Hi Milka,
So pretty your morning glory! Really nice. BTW, I have a new gardening blog. I lost my password to the other blog *shy*. Come and visit me again :-)