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Date Photo Taken: September 5th
Location: Woodstock, GA
Posted By: ugadaw9


This vine plant started growing rapidly in August and when I looked at it one morning, it took over my tomato plants and it had beautiful indigo colored flowers.

I didn’t plant this and it was in a bed that had been empty since the spring. Any help would be greatly appreciated.



  1. Dub Strickland Unregistered says:

    Morning Glory. Yours jumped up about the same time as mine. I haven’t defined the variety but the genus is Ipomoea.

    September 23rd, 2010 at 7:21 am
  2. RhythmicDevil Registered says:

    I have this on my property in Marietta as well. My wife liked the flowers and so transplanted it to grow on a fence. Oddly the flowers have completed changed shape from the trumpet to a fuzzy looking half sphere. Sorry I dont know the name of the plant but that information might help in identifying the plant.

    September 23rd, 2010 at 10:25 am
  3. RamonaForever Apprentice says:

    They look like Morning Glories to me.

    September 23rd, 2010 at 12:53 pm
  4. sitara Unregistered says:

    Yes I am 100% thesse are Morning Glories. I have these in my yard in all color (white, pink, blue, purble – in all dark and light shades). I do love these flowers a lot. Especially taking close-up pictures of the flowers. I just love the look and color or this flower.

    But, I hate with its growing habbit of like ‘intanglled’ hair. I am just not able to keep it nitly climb up. Well, actually I managed well in the begening. It looked so pretty on the bird house poll.

    I love the flower and leaves but I just can not stand the ‘un-manageble’ habbit of drooping down, not able to stand on its own.

    Anyway, it is a pretty flower.

    November 16th, 2010 at 8:45 am

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