There’s nothing quite like a morning stroll thru the gardens. Wouldn’t you agree?
One of my favorite morning blooms is those of the Morning Glory.
Many people dislike the way they reseed and come up everywhere and anywhere.
That’s one of the things that I love about them! To me it signifies:
That’s right. Those blooms are determined to come back. No matter how harsh the Winter might be. Their resilience and strength make them a reliable welcoming bloom. For that alone they can be commended.
Although I must admit, it is a bit of a companion plant. Always depending on something or some else to hold it up. Believe it or not underneath this bounty of vine is a small Japanese Maple tree.
And here it has climbed to new heights flowing gracefully throughout the branches of my Crabapple tree.
I love how the blue and pink have joined together in this picture to twine amongst my soon to bloom Hibiscus.
Love it or hate it, the Morning Glory is a sight to behold.
This is the original place that I planted the seeds. At the base of an old dolly. That was two years ago. Never before have I gotten so much enjoyment out of a $1.29 pack of seeds!
I will be sharing my Morning Glory with: