This summer I had success with moonflower morning glory. Last summer I had them along the back porch which proved to too sunny for them. So this year I planted them in a shadier part of the backyard. They bloom late in the day, stay open overnight & last till about 10 the next morning. Less than 12 hours – which is true of most morning glories.

moonflower vines growing out of coleus planter
first stage buds
second stage buds
blooming outside back window
another pair in bloom
centre of the moon
vines trained along string
going solo
Hey! You can give me $$$ to defray blog fees & plant more moonflowers
sweet, eh?

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