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Cotton Morning Glory or Tievine

Starter plant of this beautiful and very hard to find,  wild Cotton Morning glory or Tievine - Ipomoea cordatotriloba. These 2 inch lavender with darker center blossoms covered this vine (sometimes over 50 blossom at one time) from June thur October in my South Georgia garden. The somewhat heart shaped leaved with the three distinctive lobes account for it's name. Six hours of sunshine and never letting this dry out seemed to be the key to the success of this plant.
Cotton Morning Glory or Tievine

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Quart plant of this and very hard to find, wild Cotton Morning glory or Tievine - Ipomoea cordatotriloba. These 2 inch lavender with darker center blossoms covered this vine sometimes over 50 blossom at one time from June thur October in my South Georgia garden. The somewhat heart shaped leaved with the three distinctive lobes account for its name. Six hours of sunshine and never letting this dry out seemed to be the key to the success of this plant.



Cydista aequinoctialis or Garlic Vine

of Cydista aequinoctialis Garlic Vine. The Garlic Vine is one of the most rewarding, flowering vines that you can grow. Interestingly enough, it smells like garlic. However, it doesn't smell if the plant is left alone (maybe a light fragrance), only when the leaves are crushed will you really smell the garlic. Flowering twice a year you will find it quite often covered with flowers. Flowers start off purple and change to a lighter shade of lavender with age, eventually fading to almost white. You will see 3 different colors of flowers at the same time on the plant. It can be grown in containers and should be trimmed after the flowers are gone. Avoid freezing temperatures. Zones 9-11.
Cydista aequinoctialis or Garlic Vine

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Seeds from Cydista aequinoctialis Garlic Vine. The Garlic Vine is one of the most rewarding, flowering vines that you can grow. Interestingly enough, it smells like garlic. However, it doesn't smell if the plant is left alone maybe a light fragrance, only when the leaves are crushed will you really smell the garlic. Flowering twice a year you will find it quite often covered with flowers. Flowers start off purple and change to a lighter shade of lavender with age, eventually fading to almost white. You will see 3 different colors of flowers at the same time on the plant. It can be grown in containers and should be trimmed after the flowers are gone. Avoid freezing temperatures. Zones 9-11.



Cynanchum laeve Honeyvine Milkweed Blue Vined Milkweed

Starter plant Cynanchum laeve Honeyvine Milkweed Blue Vined Milkweed.   A 10 to 15 foot vining perennial herb native to eastern and central U.S. states and Ontario, commonly twining through shrubs, fences and other supports. Sun loving vine for butterflies is hardy in zones 4 to 9b. Starter plant Cynanchum laeve Honeyvine Milkweed Blue Vined Milkweed.   A 10 to 15 foot vining perennial herb native to eastern and central U.S. states and Ontario, commonly twining through shrubs, fences and other supports. Sun loving vine for butterflies is hardy in zones 4 to 9b.
Cynanchum laeve Honeyvine Milkweed Blue Vined Milkweed

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Pint plant Cynanchum laeve Honeyvine Milkweed Blue Vine Milkweed. A 10 to 15 foot vining perennial herb native to eastern and central U. S. states and Ontario, commonly twining through shrubs, fences and other supports. Sun loving vine for butterflies is hardy in zones 4 to 9b. The greenish-white petals are fringed with white hairs but the stems and wavy spear-shaped leaves are smooth. This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and birds.



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