Morning Glorious (to steal Bonnie’s phrase)

By: Jill Finger

Sep 04 2015

Category: Uncategorized

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Aperture:f/2.5
Focal Length:50mm
ISO:200
Shutter:1/50 sec
Camera:Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XS

morning gloryMorning glories are opportunists.  They will reach out and grab onto whatever is available, making their corner of the world more beautiful. morning glorySometimes when they’re reaching, there’s nothing there and I will help the dangling stem attach to something. morning gloryThe stems can be so thin, and almost translucent,  so at times, it looks like the flower is floating, unattached. morning gloryThey also grab onto other plants, beautifying them too. morning gloryThey also play peek-a-boo.  This flower was hiding behind both leaves.
Each year, Wes and I try different flowers, with some success and some, if not failures, are less than successful.  The cleomes we tried this year were kind of disappointing, with small plants and wispy flowers.

I will always grow morning glories.

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One comment on “Morning Glorious (to steal Bonnie’s phrase)”

  1. Being opportunists, we don’t have a choice over whether or not we grow them. They are everywhere.

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