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September 01, 2011


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It is beautiful Kathleen. I love those frilly blooms. It doesn't even look like a Morning Glory. I may have to think about getting that next spring.I have bought seeds from Summer Hills and was very pleased with the results.

Catharine Howard

But what exactly is it - apart from fabulous, of course!


Wow, you may have convinced me to try that one. Does it need lots of sun? I agree, go for it when the mood strikes!


Pink frilly blooms are the best!! It's beautiful.

I hadn't heard of Summer Hill Seeds before; I'll have to check them out.


Wow, very nice with that lovely birdhouse. Such a pretty color.


Lovely depth of field in these images.


Those are beautiful blossoms and impeccable photos of the blossoms. I've spent the last two hours reading your blog in hopes of finding a hint of what gear you use for your photography... I came up dry. :( Anyway... if you can grow a morning glory that beautiful, you should definitely have a moonflower! :)


Wow, that is a beauty! My morning glories are just starting to bloom, I don't know why they are so late with all the heat we had this summer.


Now there's a flower I can live with! Love that pink. I'll have to keep this in mind for next year. Thanks for sharing. Don't you love it when something new turns out to be a keeper?


It was a pleasure looking for a post including you gear. I think I'm about to buy a new Canon so glad to know you are a Canon gal too! Thanks for letting me know in you nice post on my blog. Do you use a Tamron 90mm macro? I think it is the macro on my list!


Those frilly pink and white blooms really are delectable. I'm smitten :)
The birdhouse looks very quaint on the tuteur. Love that last photo!
But they're all beautiful :)
I finally have Heavenly Blue MG blooms...first blooms opened today.


A girly bloom? It is beautiful, whatever it is.


I have never seen these before. So pretty!


Very nice. I love, love, pink morning glories.

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