Photo of the day: What’s the story, morning glory?

by DaniGirl on October 7, 2017 · 0 comments

in Photo of the Day

I was wandering around Centretown looking at fall colours when I was enchanted by this bright blue morning glory, conveniently positioned with those crazy pink flowers in the background.

How could I resist?

What's the story, morning glory?

There’s something about morning glories and four o’clocks that make me thing they’re listening. I’d love some in my garden. Are they easy to grow?


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