Answer: There's a Ground Morning Glory (Convolvulus mauritanichus) that's a perennial. It has gray-green leaves and lavender blue flowers. It blooms from June - November.<br><br>Another perennial morning glory is Ipomoea acuminata, or Blue Dawn Flower. It's a vigorous grower, great for banks or walls. It has dark green leaves and bright lavender blue flowers.<br><br>I don't know if lavender blue qualifies as purple, but you might consider either of these plants. And, if you ordered a '98 catalog, rest assured it will arrive soon; they are usually mailed in December.
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