2nd year of mutant morning glories
I e-mailed you last year regarding some mutant morning glories that had feather-like fringes around the flowers. I saved some of the seeds and this year some of them grew and mutated again. I'm wondering if anyone knows yet how or why this happens? I'm attaching pictures of some flowers and leaves. The leaves look normal to me, and all flowers on the same plant do not have this mutation; however the plant grew from last year's mutant seeds.
Ramsey County Minnesota morning glory
Thank you very much for your answer. I think the pictures I sent did not convey what I was trying to say. I have found some more morning glories with the feathering/fringes that I was asking about. It looks like there are extra petal parts on the flowers.
Thank you so much for your answer and also the extra link you sent. There are some really beautiful and unusual plants out there. I am going to save the seeds from these morning glories again and see what happens next year!