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Flowers that can be planted from seed directly into the garden include alyssum, aster, celosia, cosmos, four o’clocks, marigold, morning glory, periwinkle, portulaca, salvia, sunflower, verbena and zinnia.
These super aggressive weeds include blackberry, Scotch broom, bindweed (also known as invasive morning glory), horsetail, English ivy, poison oak and old man’s beard (also known as traveler’s joy; an invasive species of clematis).
Residents posted photographs of a girl who had been killed, grinning in front of a wall of morning glories; a crying baby with his right foot blown off; and worse.
That’s also an attempt to make our soil less attractive to field bindweed (wild morning glory).
Its membership in the Convolvulaceae, or morning-glory, family has led to one of its common names: African morning glory.
The morning glory muffin, that back-to-the-land sensation of the '70s, became my inspiration.
Sweet potatoes are members of the morning glory family.
Why are the leaves of my morning glories, marigolds and other plants turning tan, then dried and crisp?
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MORNING GLORY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of morning glory for English Language Learners
: a plant that has many brightly colored flowers that open in the morning
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