Heavenly Blue Morning
Start indoors 4 weeks before last frost to ensure blooms in the summer. Score the tough exterior of the seed and soak for 24 hours, before starting them in pots. Transplant after last frost, when vines are just beginning to search for trellising; take care not to disturb the roots too much. Morning glories will climb on whatever you plant them near; they do well on fencing. Plant them on the north side of the garden to keep them from shading out other garden plants.
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Artwork by Wendy Hollender. Wendy Hollender is a botanical artist, illustrator, author, and instructor. Hollender’s illustrations have been published in worldwide publications. Wendy is one of the world's leading experts in using colored pencils and watercolor pencils to create detailed botanical drawings and paintings.