I loved this one, it was so delicate in color and had a range of pinks and purples. Anyone can grow these precious things, all you need is some dirt and a place for them to vine or something to climb up. They will cover anything once they start growing so make sure they are not near other plants or thingss that you don't want them to cover up.
When I was growing up in the hills of Kentucky one of my favorite things as a child and throughout my life was waking up in the mornings in the Springtime and seeing the fields, fences and gravel roadsides covered in this magnificent little flower. Morning glories are just as they say (Glorious) in the morning. This is one that I grew from seed and it is a breath-taking color for sure. I cook a lot of different food dishes, and some of them I use flowers in. The morning glory flower is an edible flower, however the seeds contain high doses of LSD. That is correct, LSD which can cause hallucinations to say the least.