The Q&A Archives: Perennial Morning Glories

Question: Where Can I A Find Perennial Morning Glory?<br><br>

Answer: You need to be careful with members of the morning glory family (Convovulus species), since some can get out of hand and become nasty weeds that are hard to eradicate. You have a couple of ornamental species to choose from - C. cneorum, or Bush Morning Glory, an evergreen shrub with white or pink tinted blooms with yellow throats; and C. sabatius, Ground Morning Glory, with lavender-blue flowers. Both are available from Heronswood Nursery LTD., 7530 228th NE, Kingston, WA 98346; ph# 360/297-4172 (catalog; $4). Good luck!

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