pics my moon flowers

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  1. degfish2359

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    the moon flower is easy to grow
     

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  2. Durgan

    Durgan Contributor 10 Years

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    They are so sweet looking. Mine are only about six inches high at this time in Zone 5. They are nice because they stay open slightly longer than morning glory.
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    i bought one from a sale, and it died, zone 5..
     
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    It is not too late to plant the seeds. Soak ovenight to speed up germination if taking this route.
    Durgan.
     
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    Ron B Paragon of Plants 10 Years

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    Looks like a Datura, these overwinter in cold climates as seeds and not as growing plants.
     
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    well its not a datura the leafs are not like that its a moon flower
     
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