Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Mine are having one or two blooms now but they stay open longer with the cloud cover.
I always look at your posts, but I don't very often leave a comment, but this time I had to say how beautiful your Morning glory looks. I never realised it was in bloom so long. Would you let me know which variety you have? I live in France and I'd love to sow some seeds next year.
I love them, too! They are such a pretty blue... :-)
Great colour, they look lovely climbing over the fence.Merle.........
They look so beautiful and they brighten each morning with their splendind color and bloom. I have a huge house but a small yard, hope next year I can find a spot and plant some. Please let us know the variety name. Thanks Maria
They are so lovely. Blue is my favourite colour!
Those morning Glories are absolutely fabulous!
They are so beautiful,, and they will be back next year!lovetweedles
Jo, these really are beautiful -- such a lovely shade of blue. My husband and I saw some Morning Glories growing wild a few weeks ago, but they weren't as pretty as yours. :) They were more of a pale pink color. It's nice the way you have yours growing along your fence.Have a great week!Hugs,Denise
Yours are the most gorgeous blue. Wish they came on earlier in the summer.
What a beautiful shade of blue! They make me smile in photos, I can only imagine what they must be in person!
Thank you for your kind comments, the variety I plant are Clarkes Heavenly Blue, they seem to be the most reliable.~Jo
They are wonderful....
Beautiful blooms! My favorite color!
Truly lovely photos!
Jo, This morning glory is so beautiful. I want to grow another that color. I had two blooms pop up from where I had planted a morning glory once before. xoxo,Susie
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