One person's growing passion for Japanese Morning Glory and other species in the Convolvulaceae. In this photo blog I will show my morning glory images as well as offer information on how I grow my asagao in containers in my home garden.
Via Flickr: It is a small flower, appearing as if it were a double flower. It appears not to be a double flower, but one in which will not open fully. Maybe in the morning I will be proven wrong and see a nicely formed funnel-flower.