CONVOLVULUS TRICOLOR 'BLUE FLASH' SEEDS (Dwarf Morning Glory) - Plant World Seeds. Although this is not a climber like its relatives, if allowed to grow over a wall it can make a cascading spectacle! Alternative names: Dwarf morning-glory Information about how to growing requirements and tips for grow and care, best way to start to grow plant, propagation method seeds or other option and if it is necessary that the plant will be grafted or start from clone, checking difficulties or problems when growing, pests or diseases. How to Grow Convolvulus Minor. on November 11, 2020. View gallery. 5 more photos VIEW GALLERY. How to Grow Morning Glories in Pots Indoors. Native to southern Europe and North Africa, this annual or tender perennial is a member of the morning glory family, Convolvulaceae, that also includes sweet potato, water spinach, and dodder. Genus Convolvulus can be annuals, perennials or shrubs, erect or scrambling, with simple or palmately divided leaves and solitary or clustered, open funnel-shaped flowers . Lake … Family Convolvulaceae . Morning glory vines are usually thicker than bindweed’s vines, and typically have small hairs. In any case, if you come across a plant in your garden that resembles morning glory and you know you didn’t plant it, it’s best to err on the side of caution and treat it as a weed. These grow vibrantly as long as you do not plant them where Morning Glories or Sweet Peas grew the previous year - the soil needs to be replenished since both of the mentioned plants sap the soil of all of its nutrients - thus resulting in poor growing for whatever is planted the next year. Morning glories are twining plants that can grow up to 10 feet tall in the right conditions. Plant Profile: Dwarf Morning Glory (Convolvulus tricolor aka C. minor) by Karen. Convolvulus, Dwarf Morning Glory 'Royal Ensign' Convolvulus tricolor. Convolvulus minor, commonly known as Convolvulus tricolor or dwarf morning glory, is typically grown as an annual. Details C. tricolor is a bushy, spreading annual or short-lived perennial with dark green, oval leaves. These constantly-flowering, stunning blue flowers with their white throats and yellow centres make an eye-catching bedding display throughout the summer months. see more; Synonyms Convolvulus minor. This plant is said to grow outdoors in the following regions: Grass Valley, California. Hercules, California.