Morning Glory covers over 1,000 individual species of plants and flowers. One major commonality is that blooms will unravel and bloom first-thing in the morning. Many of the species in this family have long, creeping, vine-like stems. Historically, Morning Glory was first recorded in China as having medicinal applications, such as using the seeds as a natural laxative.
Blossoms with intense blue color shades
lighter toward the center are produced from this meek flowering plant.