Ipomoea tricolor


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Noun1.Ipomoea tricolor - annual or perennial climbing herb of Central America having sky-blue flowers; most commonly cultivated morning glory
morning glory - any of various twining vines having funnel-shaped flowers that close late in the day
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Annual climbers like the exotic Cobaea scandens, the cup and saucer plant, and blue trumpets of morning glory, Ipomoea tricolor 'Heavenly Blue', in pots and grown up a tripod of bamboo canes, will fill gaps in borders and flower until October.
Annual climbers like the exotic Cobaea scandens, the cup and saucer plant, and the fabulous blue trumpets of morning glory, Ipomoea tricolor "Heavenly Blue", planted in pots and grown up a tripod of bamboo canes, can be popped into any gaps that appear in borders.
nervosa intoxication, although some of them (fear of losing mind, increased awareness of colors) were previously associated with ingestion of Ipomoea tricolor and/or violacea (Table 2).
Other climbers which are ideal for containers include morning glory (ipomoea tricolor), a half-hardy annual with large, trumpet-shaped flowers in blue or purple which will reach 1.5m (5ft) in a pot, Clematis Evening Star and Kingfisher, as well as trachelospermum jasminoides variegatum, one of the best scented white climbers, which bears showers of starry white flowers which turn cream as they age.
Other climbers which are ideal for containers include Morning Glory (Ipomoea tricolor), a half-hardy annual with large, trumpet-shaped flowers in blue or purple which will reach 1.5m (5ft) in a pot, Clematis 'Evening Star' and 'Kingfisher', as well as Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Variegatum', one of the best scented white climbers, which bears showers of starry white flowers which turn cream as they age.
The beautiful Morning Glory, ipomoea tricolor is a typical twisting stem climber and is ideally suited to climbing up a post, a pergola or a wrought iron fence, providing that it can have lots of sunshine.