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:I like the unusual variegated leaf of this Japanese-developed asagao strain.
Via Flickr:It shows the lovely variegated leaves.
Via Flickr:It is a pleasure to see so many seed pods, which means the strain is maintained in my collection!
Elegant blizzard pattern looks like flowing water.
Via Flickr:The leaves, split petal and reverse tube all contribute to the mystery of this lovely and unusual asagao.
Via Flickr:Yellow Rays! So nice!!
Via Flickr:It has a beautiful color pattern.
Via Flickr:Pretty lavender color.
Via Flickr:Odd color is due to recent nights with cold temperature.
Via Flickr:I love the gentle touch of yellow in the flower, which goes nicely with the red speckles.
Via Flickr:No tube flags today.
Via Flickr:No star today, just nice even grey color.
Via Flickr:I really enjoy the blue and white color pattern in this strain's flowers
Via Flickr:Look at how the sun made shadows at where there are curled edges to the leaf.
Via Flickr:Lovely curled edge leaf.
Via Flickr:Blue speckled angel in the garden!
Via Flickr:Beautiful botan flower