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Morning Glory
Ipomoea purpurea


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About Morning Glory (Ipomoea purpurea)
Height: Vine to 8 ft.
Flower Color: Blue
Plant Type: Annual. Lives just one year. Grows quickly, blooms heavily, dies with first frost. Can regrow following spring if seed falls on bare ground.
Flower Type: Large open trumpet flower
Bloom Time: Mid and late season
Is this wildflower invasive? No
Is this wildflower endangered? No
Is this wildflower edible? No
Is this wildflower medicinal? No
What is Morning Glory's native range?
  Indigenous To: Tropical America
Where Morning Glory is naturalized or can be grown
  Regions: All regions of North America.
  Zones: 3-10
  States:
How to grow Morning Glory (Ipomoea purpurea)
  Soil preference: Adaptable
  Sun/Shade: Needs full sun.
  Moisture Requirements: Average moisture, well-drained.
  Instructions: Most every gardener knows Blue Morning Glory, and it's very easy to grow. Don't worry about this being a relative of Field Bindweed, often called "Wild Morning Glory", because it isn't. Garden Morning Glory is a totally separate species. The vines grow quickly, but take quite a long to bloom, so plant your seed as early as possible.

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