Morning Glory, Robert Wight, Plantarum Indiae Orientalis (1840).
A lovely rendition of the morning glory in stained glass: the wide-open flowers and trailing heart-shaped leaves.
Morning Glories…so easy. Drop a few seeds in the ground, and within a short period of time the vines will be climbing and twining across everything in their path, producing flowers for months on end. It’s the perfect project for school gardens and community gardens because the seeds deliver so much flower power with so little effort.
Don’t know where to find the seeds? Try Annie’s Annuals. Below: ‘Blue Ensign’ from Annie’s.