Rare Morning glories on my terrace garden

I love morning glories because they are easiest to maintain,pest and disease free and they flower in the poorest of soils. Not to mention they are easiest to grow from seeds as well. Today i would like to show you some Rare Morning glories on my terrace garden. Japanese morning glories are the uniquest of all and they have very beautiful rare patterns. Here are some of these i grew from seed and they all are growing on my terrace in pots and some in soil bed. All are grown from  seed.

This is Carnevale di venezia. Not truly a Japanese morning glory but a different one.
morning glory Carnevale di venezia

This is front view of my terrace covered with “Milky way” morning glory. morning glory mily way
This is Japanese morning glory navy blue with white strips growing in pot and reached on the 2nd floor terrace. japanese morning glorymorning glory rare
This is Japanese morning glory FUJI NO SORA growing on my terrace in a pot.
morning glory FUJI NO SORA
This is another Japanese morning glory with crimson blue color flower having white strips japanese morning glory
This one is also with white stripes but not very prominent in this picture. unique morning glory
I am happy to see seed pods forming for some of these morning glories. Would love to grow them again next year. I hope you would try some too 🙂

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7 Responses

  1. Karen says:

    These are splendid! Love the navy blue variety!

  2. Madge Bloom says:

    Spectacular… love the Heaven Blue most! Looks like he’s wearing an expensive feather hat… love it! Thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #53!

  3. Molly says:

    I love morning glories too… the blue are my favourite. Been a few years since I grew them but you have inspired me to give them a go again next year.


  4. me dLux says:

    navy blue is my favourite!!

    have a great week!!


  5. Icy BC says:

    Wow..that lavender morning glory is stunning!

  6. I love all the colors, but I think the first one is my favorite.

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