The Morning Glory vines are winding their tendrils along the garden fence, at an alarming rate.
I plant them early in Summer each year, and for the past three years, they've graced us with Heavenly Blue blooms from Mid August until late October.
This year, I've also planted it's cousin the Moonflower.
Together with it's heart-shaped leaf, the vines can grow upwards to 20 feet, with six-inch wide white blossoms, that open from evening to the following midday.
They exude a gorgeous fragrance, and illuminate the night garden beyond belief.