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Morning glories and moon flowers for the fence aren't taking off like I had expected.  Maybe I jumped the gun when I planted them...

Morning glories and moon flowers for the fence aren't taking off like I had expected. Maybe I jumped the gun when I planted them.

I've been throughly warned about morning glory! Can I simply plant it in a pot and avoid all the drama of it taking over my garden? Will my moon flowers do the same?

Planting Morning Glory in Pots

This guide is about growing morning glory in containers. Morning glory is easy to grow and does well in planters. I'd love these in hanging pots by the front door!

Morning Glories...love this color. Planted them along the horrible chainlink fence...ought to be a nice distraction!

5 Fabulous Plants for Spring Container Gardens

Heavenly blue morning glories are great climbing vines. Picture of a Heavenly Blue morning glory

Morning glory and moon flower on my front porch

Morning glory and moon flower on my front porch

Trellis Triangles for Climbing Vines

Trellis Triangles - to hold short or long lengths of dowel. Screw triangles to house. Slide in a length of dowel & tie strings between dowels. Strings support the climbing plant. At end of season - snip strings & leave triangles & dowels for next yr.

Flower planter ideas that are simple and colorful using easy-to-find flowers and unique containers.

Simple Colorful Planter Ideas For Sun

Flower planter ideas that are simple and colorful using easy-to-find flowers and unique containers.

Growing morning glories and moon flowers to brighten up an old chain link fence without destroying it with trumpet vine...

Growing morning glories and moon flowers to brighten up an old chain link fence without destroying it with trumpet vine.

For about $40 worth of plastic mesh netting and some staples.  Morning Glory vines will cover a fence in a few months, but need to be torn down when they die in the winter.  Takes a little work to control the self seeding, but it's worth the work.

For about $40 worth of plastic mesh netting and some staples. Morning Glory vines will cover a fence in a few months, but need to be torn down when they die in the winter. Takes a little work to control the self seeding, but it's worth the work.

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