Otto Luyken Laurel: Foliage is evergreen with no fall color. Tiny, cup-shaped, creamy white flowers in upright clusters (racemes to 5” long) bloom from the leaf axils in April-May. Flowers have a powerful aroma. Flowers give way to somewhat inconspicuous black drupes that ripen in mid-summer. This fruit is basically inedible for humans (bitter aftertaste) but is loved by local bird populations
Moon flower, blooms only at night. Watch as the glowing, beautiful white petals open and spread their delicious, delicate perfume in the night air. Vigorous climber to 15 ft. Blooms best in poor, dry soil.
deep blue and pink morning glory flowers. My vine started climbing up a *spider web*. The web was strong enough to hold the first 18 inches before it fell. PHOTO: http://turbotwister.ru/blog/forums/miscellanea/