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I do not know what this is..........It is short and cute ......Is all I know.
Would it qualify for a petunia? Morning glory?

New from seeds.

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wow that is a pretty one. I would suggest looking at the leaves. The leaves on my petunias are furry rather than smooth. And the morning glories set up a pretty good vine that twines around everything it gets around before it begins to flower. That should tell you which ones you have. They sure are nice.


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Maybe a bush morning glory, Barb?

Dwarf Bush Morning GLory

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I didn't know there was a dwarf bush morning glory. I want one or two or three or a bunch. How cool all the colors are. Do you have them in your garden?


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hey

It does look like the dwarf coloring .....
Someone one here sent me seeds so I thought they would recognize it .

Thanks LandOfOz..

Looks lots like it ..
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Had them in the veggie garden and now I moved it to the flower one.. So I can keep an eyeball on it to see what I have.. i do remember talking to someone on here about it and they said yes that is the seeds I sent you .

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Very cute.hope I get more colors.

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I agree with alan, maybe tricolor?


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Thanks guys.............
I think your correct...I remember the name on the pkt.
I just emptied all the old pkts into my veggie garden and let them grow.. It showed up.
Now I moved it to the flowers in my beds to keep an eyeball on it.
Now do you know if it is a perennial?

Thanks Alan an Ken.

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It's an annual. Here is some detailed information on the plant.


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