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.
Sunday, January 19, 2014
This plant volunteered in another container and seems to have adjusted to having been transplanted. The first leaf is cordate / heart-shaped. As more leaves appear it may become clear as to its identity.