When I was planning to write an entry about morning glory it didn’t occur to me that it might involve the month of March and the indoors. But there it is with photos to prove it. I started two small flower planters with the rest of the seedlings. They are light enough to carry outside when the weather warms up for good (I’m looking outside at the snow and wondering quietly to myself when that is going to happen!) so nothing needs transplanting. This will significantly reduce the stress on the new plants, especially those that don’t much appreciate being moved, like sweet peas, nasturtiums and featured above. I didn’t think it would actually bloom!
I don’t know that morning glory can be thought of as a houseplant, but just in case anybody was wondering, it does bloom indoors.