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Old 15th Dec 2011, 18:22   #121 (permalink)
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Old 15th Dec 2011, 21:51   #124 (permalink)


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Old 15th Dec 2011, 22:48   #126 (permalink)
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Apologies, hijacking the thread for a bit, as I really like the photo for T, although it is copyright protected, so I'll merely provide the link. I won't hijack the thread again.

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Old 15th Dec 2011, 22:57   #129 (permalink)
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Old 15th Dec 2011, 23:18   #130 (permalink)
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DX Wombat Moon flowers are really cool in the way they unfurl at night. We used to have some. Remind me to plant more next Spring.

The morning glories reseed themselves, so always come back.

The trick with both is to either go outside in the evening (moon-flowers) or early morning (morning glories) to see them in bloom.
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Old 16th Dec 2011, 00:13   #131 (permalink)
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V3M, I sat and waited for an hour to watch one open the first time I was told about them - and then nearly missed it it was so quick. Absolutely fascinating and a lovely scent too.
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Old 16th Dec 2011, 06:16   #133 (permalink)
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Re: Moonflowers. Quick is the word. I assume there are scientific studies as to why sundown leads them to blossom so fast, but I'm content to enjoy their scent.

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Old 16th Dec 2011, 07:40   #134 (permalink)


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Old 16th Dec 2011, 11:05   #135 (permalink)
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V3M - thank you, that's great.
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Old 16th Dec 2011, 11:23   #137 (permalink)
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