Plant a Day

Hopefully

Photos courtesy of Michael Wolf and Raffi Kojian (1) (2). 

Ipomoea coccinea aka Scarlet Star Glory and Red Morning Glory. Family Convolvulaceae. Native to south eastern North America (distribution map). It’s an annual that self seeds freely and can become a bit of a weed, so you’ve been warned.

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    OOoooo I think I saw some little fellas of this species growing on an arch in the Cuddy Gardens :O their warm...
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    It’s also now growing in the weedy area by the trolley stop by Bartram’s, which is part of that “freely seeding”. The...
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    This is growing freely at Bartram’s Garden. I noticed it last week. Glad to knew what it is.
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