Dwarf Morning Glory
- Evolvulus glomeratus
- Plant in full sun
- Attracts butterflies
- Water moderately
- 15cm pot
- Dwarf morning glory is also known as Evolvulus glomeratus
- Evergreen perennial
- This heat tolerant plant bears blue flowers with green foliage.
- Dwarf morning glory needs a well drained soil, but also frequent watering.
- It cannot tolerate wet soils at all, and very rainy periods or overwatering will cause fungus problems and lead to premature death.
- Dwarf morning glory needs very little water in winter, and the humidity should be low when the temperature is low.
- Deadheading not necessary.
- This plant has a mounding trailing habit and can be used as a container, groundcover and for landscape.
- This plant will perform best in full sun and needs to be protected from even light frost. It is drought tolerant, once it is established.
- Outdoors, grow blue daze in a sandy, well drained soil. Mulch to prevent competition from weeds.
- The felt like gray-green foliage and pale blue flowers make blue daze a standout in beds and borders or as a ground cover.
- It’s especially attractive grown in masses along with yellow or pink flowering plants.
- Dwarf morning glory is spectacular in hanging containers.
- It is highly tolerant of salt, and makes a fine ornamental for the coastal garden or in a planter on an oceanside balcony. Let it cascade over a window box or a porch planter.