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moonflower:

see morning glorymorning glory,
common name for members of the Convolvulaceae, a family of herbs, shrubs, and small trees (many of them climbing forms) inhabiting warm regions, especially the tropics of America and Asia. The family is characterized by milky sap.
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In Plague and the Moonflower, 74% of survey respondents (a combination of audience and participants) reported that it made them reflect about humanity's relationship with the natural environment (Curtis, 2006):
Aptly named, the moonflower is a perennial vine belonging to the morning glory family.
Air annual vine such as moonflower not only grows quickly but also has a wonderful scent and large white blooms.
Put in a sweet-smelling night-bloomer like moonflower or Nicotiana sylvestris around your spa.
Fourteen children aged 12-19 years reported to an emergency department in the Akron/Cleveland, Ohio, area after eating moonflower seeds or drinking tea brewed from the seeds.
Fourteen children aged 12-19 years reported to an emergency department in the Akron/Cleveland, Ohio, area after eating moonflower seeds or drinking tea brewed from the seeds They presented with symptoms of poisoning that lasted for 24-48 hours, reported R.
Use of the common name moonflower had led to some confusion about which of the several moonflower plants were involved in these exposures.
The Moonflower by Peter and Jean Loewer Peachtree Publishing 28 pages
Has: Tomatoes, bell pepper, cabbage, lettuce, eggplant, little marvel peas, pole beans, sweet trucker's corn, broccoli, cauliflower, assorted beans, spinach, sunflower, morning glory (blue and red), small bush marigolds, moonflower bush.
In my backyard, a moonflower vine grows along the fence.
And I say let her be a moonflower unfolding to the night; let him be Carolina's blue-shadowed black waters; let their children be every shade of the soil that feeds us; O, child of earth and of a thousand generations, our faces are alike; our colors they are not wrong.
This rugged treatment is advised only for: Asparagus, Cardinal Climber, Cypress Vine, Lupin, Moonflower Vine, Morning Glory, Okra and Sweetpeas.