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by sandy49 on October 07, 2004 04:54 PM
I just received some moon flower seeds and have no clue what to do. When do I plant them, how do I plant them, are they annuals or perenials? I NEED HELP!
by catlover on October 08, 2004 04:51 PM
Hi Sandy and Welcome to The Garden Helper [kitty]

Just wanted to inform you I am moving your topic to plants/flowers.
Catlover [kitty] [wayey]

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by suzydaze on October 08, 2004 06:09 PM
are they the actual moon flower (a vine) or are they a Dutura?

you can tell this by the seeds, moon flower vine seeds are round looking little balls
dutura seeds are flat looking seeds yellowish in color.

either way the are an annual. the moon flower vine is a cousin to the morning glory, the other is a dutura. Both make a trumpet shaped flower that humming bird like.

The Dutura will make stickers on it (the seed pods will be a little ball with stickers all over it and is a little on the posionous side so be causeful where you plant. They are pretty. (They have an odd smell to me, some people like the way the smell)

Both are pretty easy to grow.

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