|morning glory bush
2 to 11
6.00 to 10.00 feet
3.00 to 6.00 feet
June to October
Purple with white throat
|Bluish-purple to pink three inch trumpets are borne in succession throughout summer and into fall on this upright to loosely open and spreading shrub-like tropical. The Morning Glory Bush is considered root hardy throughout much of zone 9. Provide your plants with a warm protected site, a well draining soil, and extra protection during hard or extended freezes for the best results.
The Morning Glory Bush or Gloria de la Mañana is a vigorous tropical and can potentially reach nine feet high or more in frost free climates. It is often recommended that you prune it back fairly hard during winter to produce a fuller denser plant with the most flowering tips.
|Information on this page is from Missouri Botanical Gardens,
Dave’s Garden, All things Plants, Texas Superstar or Aggie Horticulture
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