The Big Piney Woods Cats

Friday, September 07, 2007

Flower Friday

Morning Glories

I love the bright, large, blue flowers. I have tried starting the seeds inside, to no avail. (Yes, I do soak them in warm water overnight.) Planting them outside usually yields only about 5 plants per seed package. Here, in the Big Piney Woods, they are slow to get started, so start blooming finally in late August. Maybe it is the cool mountain nights we have, or the lack of humidity. They are well worth the wait, though, even though the flowers are short lived.

CalicoMom Toni

Posted by One Of The Girls at 6:44 AM


  • Blogger Daisy posted at 8:24 AM  
    Those are a really pretty shade of blue. It looks like a watercolor painting.
  • Blogger Rosie (and friends) posted at 9:31 AM  
    Oh, how pretty! There really isn't anything that can compare to flowers, is there?

  • Blogger Grr, Midnight & Cocoa posted at 10:42 AM  
    oooh - those are one of the Lady's favorites too! she's talking about how pretty they are, but we're wondering how they taste.
  • Blogger The Meezers posted at 10:48 AM  
    5 years ago, Mommy planted some purrty white and red striped morning glories in our back garden. She built them a chick-hen wire trellis on the fence and they grew and grew. She let the vines dry out before she pulled up the garden. to this day, there are freaking morning glories growing everywhere - in the garden, in the neighbors garden, in the grass. In the weed bucket. in a garden 3 houses away. They are like weeds if you let them go to seed. Every time she goes outside she starts screaming about the morning glories (and using most of the werds on our bad werd list).

    Mommy loves moon flowers too - they are morning glories that are pure white and bloom in the afternoon. They smell really yummy.

    Hi to our bestest furriends.
  • Blogger Henry Helton posted at 2:41 PM  
    My Lady thinks those morning glories are beautiful.
  • Blogger Karen Jo posted at 3:50 PM  
    Your morning glories are beautiful. We have a very small variety that grows all by itself along the fence at the back of the vegetable garden.
  • Blogger Derby posted at 5:51 PM  
    Mum loves those flowers too. She planted some a few years ago, but not this year.

    Maybe next year!
  • Blogger Edsel/The Pooch posted at 6:30 PM  
    oh, what a pretty blue. all our morning glories this year are purple, not as pretty as that blue
  • Blogger Lone Star Purrs posted at 7:34 PM  
    MOmma hadded sum furry pretty dark purple/fuschia colored ones when we wuz in colorado. she planted them again this year, but we don't know if they growed or not (since we don't live there anymore). SHe may try sum here in Oklahoma.
    ~Meeko & Kiara

    pee ess: we'll see if we gots any pic-shurs of them and let y'all know.
  • Anonymous Anonymous posted at 2:55 PM  
    next year nick the seed with a nail file before you soak them. Works like a charm for me
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