Plants for the Lazy Gardener
It's easy to grow these carefree plants that thrive on neglect.
Like most varieties of morning glory, moonflower grows vigorously, even during the shortest growing seasons. But unlike common morning glory, moonflower's saucer-size, fragrant white flowers open in the evening.
It's not unusual for this climber to spread over 15 feet along fences or trellises in a single season. Plant the seeds in a sunny spot with soil of average moisture, and moonflower will produce all summer long until the first frost. Over-fertilizing moonflowers actually stifles bloom development.
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