Earlier this Summer I planted Heavenly Blue Morning Glories, the annual variety, started from seeds.
The seedlings were transplanted into an old wooden tool box, where they now reside, and are happily weaving their viny tendrils in and out of the picket fence.
This being my first year planting Morning Glories, I am impressed by their vivid and showy blooms, until I read they are extremely invasive, and should be avoided at all costs.
Upon Further reading, I discover the culprit, to be the perennial Morning Glory a noxious weed which will spread and choke out everything.
According to one source " run as fast as you can in the other direction" if you're thinking of planting this insidious weed.
How can something so beautiful, be so ugly ?
If any of my fellow blogging friends know the answer, or have experience with this plant, I would welcome all suggestions.