Morning Glory vines can make a nice presence in the garden. They produce beautiful dark purple flowers that are abundant in cool weather. They make an excellent background against a garage or fence and compliment other flowers within the garden.
Morning Glory vines climb and get very tall. These beautiful vines also like to wrap themselves around arbors, fences, trellises or bushes.
At night, the Morning Glory vines flowers close and open up the next morning. In rain, they also close up. This beautiful vine makes a beautiful display in the garden in the Fall.
the history of a Morning Glory vine called, "Grandpa Otts" was originally brought to the United States from Bavaria. It was given to Diane Ott in the 70s by her grandfather, John Ott.
This beautiful old fashioned annual can easily grow from seeds. It is a very hardy vine to have in the garden.