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I think it's Morning Glory (Ipomoea purpurea).
Thunbergia leaves are coarser-looking and have a slightly toothed edge, in my experience.
Good morning all
Hosta, are you keeping Aussie hours again?
Our dining table overnight ...
And what about a weeping broom like Cytisus scopiarus 'Golden Cascade' to trail over those concrete walls and break them up a bit, as well as keeping the bees very happy and perfume your whole garden.
Agree with Nut.
AND ... if we wanted to grow it in our veg patches, what's the betting slugs and snails and caterpillars would love the leaves, and vine weevil grubs would eat the roots
If it was really edible, really tasty, and we wanted to grow it in our veg patches, would it grow?............. Would it heckaslike???
At that size I'd leave them as they are.
Not sure that I'd have used a propagator outside - in a cold greenhouse yes but not out in the rain.
It's not a heated one is it?
How big are they?