Ivy-leaved Morning Glory


Ivy-leaved Morning Glory (Ipomoea hederacea)

Ha, I learned something new this morning. I knew only the Morning Glory with the heart-shaped leaves, which we had them growing in our garden a couple of years ago. This morning, I’ve look at the vine, which is wrapped around my hummingbird feeder pole. I’ve noticed, the shape of the leaves were different. So, I did some online research. And sure enough, we have an Ivy-leaved Morning Glory vine growing in Sara’s flower garden. Thank goodness, I’ve got my camera out to capture a photo. At noon, the flowers were wilted, due to the Texas’ Summer heat.

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