These tropical garden escapes seem to love the Pittsburgh climate. They can cover whole hillsides or fences with twining vines that produce heart-shaped leaves, or sometimes three-lobed grape-like leaves when they really get large and vigorous. The flowers close by noon, giving us one of our best incentives for early rising.
One response to “Morning Glory (Ipomoea purpurea)”
Your photos are stunning! I’ve just subscribed.
This one – it looks like it’s glowing, like a little magenta sun!