I did, and boy was I wrong in doing so. I planted about 20 morning glory seeds. None ever made it once the heat came. So, I sort of gave up on them, thinking they'll never make it in the Texas heat, atleast not with me growing them. So, since my morning glories never made it I transplanted some "weed" vines along the fence where I wanted the morning glories. They're just green vines, nothing special, but better than nothing(and there's tons of them).
Now of course, mother nature love to surprise people, and definately surprised me! I went to check on my plain old green vine and noticed something odd. Something pink was on my vine. My Surprise!
Here's the vine from a distance, notice anything?
Not only that, since I thought they were just normal old plain vines, I never fertilized them(so no excess nitrogen), and just spread compost along the fence to stop weeds, so there's tons of blooms about to bloom! I'll update pics of the next couple of days as more bloom, so far theres ony 4 or 5 blooming. Not only that, but two of the other vines look like they're about to bloom morning glories as well!