Convolvulus tricolor

Dwarf Morning Glory

The Latin name means "to entwine", and these evergreens trail or twine over dry banks, fences and walls. Their funnel-shaped flowers, which resemble Morning Glories, bloom all summer. But beware, for they can naturalize and become troublesome. Prune in late winter to encourage new growth.
Convolvulus tricolor, Dwarf Morning Glory
A bushy and somewhat trailing summer annual, the typically blue flower with a yellow throat is ½-inch across. Cultivars of mixed colors are available.

Attributes - Convolvulus tricolor

Plant Type: Annual

Bloom Season: Early Summer through Early Fall

Flower Color: Blue, Purple

Height: 8 in. to 1 ft.

Width: 2 ft.

Sunlight: Full Sun, Partial Sun

Notes: Container Plants, Long Blooming, Low Maintenance.

Related Plants

Convolvulus 'Heavenly Blue', Convolvulus cneorum, Convolvulus mauritanicus, Convolvulus tricolor 'Red Ensign'
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