Morning Glories (Ipomoea Purpurea)
When looking for a beautiful vine to decorate trellises, arbors, or a fence, look no further than Morning Glory, an annual that can completely change the appearance of your landscape.
Usually, when started from seed, it takes until the end of summer to bloom, but we have a trick that will allow it to start blooming earlier in the growing season. Instead of directly sowing them in your garden, start the seeds indoors about six weeks before your projected last frost date! After you plant it in the garden, it will self-seed and come back on its own year after year.
This is a stunning choice, especially if you want to create a relaxing dining or reading spot outdoors. The green leaves combined with the lovely flowers ( blue, purple, pink, red, or white) will beautifully upgrade your yard. To keep the plant healthy, water it once a week and use a low-nitrogen fertilizer.