Morning Glorys n Bluebirds ahhh I will miss the morning glories on the fence back at the old home, the lemon trees, peach trees, the evergreens David Hoppe and I planted on the west side of house ... and more but it is nice where I am, I don't have to take care of any of the landscaping ha ha ha
Morning Glories: Closely related to the sweet potato vine, the morning glory vine is quick-growing and easy to care for. This dependable flower will thrive in full sun in any soil, especially if it is not too fertile or too moist. Expect it to grow up to 10' in its first 2 months from seed sprouting. Just make sure it has something to grow on!