Answer: Morning glories grow quite large, so an eight inch deep planter might be a bit cramped by the end of the summer; however if you are careful to water and fertilize regularly you might be successful with them. These plants are perennial in warm weather areas, but they are grown as annuals where temperatures fall below freezing. I am not sure how you would bring them indoors in the fall, but in any case these sun-lovers probably would not bloom for you under the reduced winter light conditions. Instead, most gardeners plant fresh seeds each spring.
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