Nothing heralds a wonderful morning more gloriously than the sights and perfumes of summer blossoms. I love morning glories and it is a pity that morning glory blossoms don't smile at us this way throughout the whole day. Alas, these gorgeous blooms are at their loviest in the mornings but shyly fold in the hot sun.
The thick and luxurious vines are quite easy to grow, and, depending which type you choose to plant, they can grow up to as high as fifteen to twenty feet if you provide some sort of a trellis or netting for them to climb on.
I had a maple that died one winter when a February thaw turned cold and killed it. I trimmed some of the branches down and planted morning glories around it. I also hung finch feeders on the bigger branches. Between the sights, the sounds and the fragrances, this arrangement provided me with many wonderful hours of pleasure.