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propagating perennials: Convolvulus sabatius-Ground Morning Glory, Bindweed
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Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Convolvulus sabatius-Ground Morning Glory, Bindweed

Since Convolvulus or Ground Morning Glory is only a perennial in Zones 7-9, seed in the fall for bloom the following year where it is an annual, or where it is evergreen, dig up the parent plant and separate rooted stems and transplant. It is a colorful weed and entangles itself into plants so be careful growing it. It blooms from June through to early fall and its colors range from white, blue, pink, lilac and along the ground reaches a height of 4"-6" but entangles itself inside of plants especially hedges. It is drought hardy and prefers full sun.

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