The Q&A Archives: Source for Morning-Glory that Blooms All Day

Question: I recently read an article in Garden Gate Magazine, April 1997-Issue 14, about Annual Vines. It said that there were new cultivars of Morning Glory Vines that bloom all day. I have searched everywhere for them, with no luck. Are you aware of these? Do you have seeds for them? Can you help me find some? Dawn Blake Piqua,OH

Answer: I'm not sure what morning-glory Garden Gate magazine was referring to, but it maybe the dwarf morning-glory (Convolvulus), which has smaller flowers, climb 3 to 6 feet tall and does bloom all day. For a good selection contact, Thompson

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