Morning glory

Convolvulus tricolor

Morning glory is an annual climbing summer flower with, beautiful blue, funnel-shaped flowers with yellow and white middle. The leaves are elongated and fresh green. The flowers are closing in the cloudy weather and in the evening. Convolvulus belongs to the family Convolvulaceae. The plants grow 30-40 cm high and approx. 1 meter long. Convolvulus has a long flowering period and flourishes between June and September. Convolvulus has foreign pollination (insects). The species can intersect. The seed is brown and resembles a little radish seed and clivers, but more edged, 3 mm long and 2.5 mm in diameter.

Seed Quantity: 10 kg per acres

Sowing: April.

Harvest: Aug-sep.