Monday, October 6, 2008

Precautions While Growing Morning Glory

There are many precautions while growing Morning Glory plant. You should know about the soil that is not moist. Proper sunlight is essential for morning glory. Soak seeds in warm water for 24 hours for speedy germination. The ‘Glory’ does not need too much water and needs something to climb up like a wall; fence or garden poles. You should plant it next to the fence because it needs support as well as light. Plant more than one seed (two or three) about an inch deep into the soil for insurance though you need one plant.

Remove the plants that are grown in addition. Keep continue watering the plants and within a week strong shoots will be out. As the plant starts growing, gently pair it around the support and fertilize once or twice in the summer with liquid plant fertilizer. Morning Glory quickly grows and is covered with leaves and flowers. Remove all vines died due to frost. Each morning you will have stunning flowers which will die by the evening. Morning Glories produce an abundance of big blooms and grow up to 15 to 20 feet high during gardening season. Let’s find out more tips on growing the plant.
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