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Scarlet Morning Glory

Ipomoea hederifolia


A twiining annual with numerous small scarlet colored blooms. It blooms until the first frost and is known also for its ivy-like leaves.


In the wild on a fence and a telephone pole.

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Ron Kushner
Ron Kushner 8 years ago

Confirm ID by pedicel behavior as remaining erect.

VineWorld 8 years ago

Yes, only twice I have seen it, and far apart at that!

tibiprada 8 years ago

rarely seen ... !

VineWorld 9 years ago

Yes it's pretty unusual for a morning glory, thanks!

nexttogone 9 years ago

I've never seen this color. Very nice!

VineWorld 9 years ago

Hey, to upload photos for a mission you
1. Go to the picture upload screen.
2. Look to the right in the middle of the screen, it should have a box that ask "is this for a mission?"
3. Click on it and a drop down bar should appear. Now you just click on the mission. now all you have to do now is finish creating the upload and you should be good

To put an existing uploaded photo into the mission, you
1. Go to edit in the near top right corner.
2. Repeat steps 2-3 above (minus the finish the upload as that as already been done).

*Note: for mobile versions this will say "select up to 5 missions" and you just click them like browser version.

ManjuPinky 9 years ago

i join ur mission....but where i have to upload "morning of glories " photos
please help me out.

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Montgomery, Alabama, USA

Spotted on Sep 23, 2012
Submitted on Sep 24, 2012

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