Not actually black, but a very dark blue, this rare Morning Glory is nonetheless a knockout. Vines are vigorous, growing ten feet or more, even in the far north, and the 3 inches diameter flowers have white throats. Very easy to grow, and will self sow.
Morning Glory 'Kniolas Black Night' Ipomoea purpurea, Convolvulus purpureus, Pharbitis purpurea Half-hardy Annual An abundance of very attractive purple - black flowers with cerise throats, covering this very vigorous climber. Ideal planted in a sunny situation, up trellis or left to ramble amongst other climbers or shrubs. Climbs to 180-240cm (6-8ft).
Jackmanii clematis. Yes, I'm obsessed with clematis. They are my favorite flowering vines. I will be planting my first Jackmanii this spring. It will be years before it ever looks like this--assuming I'm lucky enough mine becomes as beautiful and big as this one!
Care Of Morning Glory Plants – How And When To Plant Morning Glories
Growing Morning Glories: How To Grow Morning Glory Flowers Morning glory flowers (Ipomoea purpurea or Convolvulus purpureus) are a common sight in many landscapes and may be found in any number of species within the Calystegia, Convolvulus, Ipomoea, Merremia and Rivea genera. While some varieties are described as noxious weed in some areas, the fast-growing vining plants can also make lovely additions to t