Provided by smithsonian institution department of botany. This plant has no children.
It is an annual perennial herb with prostrate spreading branches in all directions.
Evolvulus plant profile. Culture and use notes. Evolvulus makes a perfect addition to any garden bed or container. Blue daze evolvulus glomeratus is an evergreen member of the morning glory family characterized by downy leaves and funnel shaped sky blue or lavender flowers that.
Usda plant profile e. Bright blue morning glory like flowers on low growing up to about 18 mounding plants with a trailing ground cover growth habit. Federal government or a state.
Click on a place name to get a complete protected plant list for that location. Leaves are densely clothed with white appressed and long spreading hairs. This plant is listed by the u s.
Care of blue daze flowers. Used in containers hanging baskets or as a bedding plant. Common names are from state and federal lists.
A lover of heat evolvulus thrives in the middle of a hot summer and continues to impress all the way through fall. The plants database includes the following 2 subspecies of evolvulus sericeus click below on a thumbnail map or name for subspecies profiles. Federal government or a state.
Click below on a thumbnail map or name for species profiles. Threatened and endangered information. Sand plain dwarf morning glory.
The root system is deep. Leaflets are 2 5 5 cm long elliptical oblong and rounded at base. With its showy blue blooms held against silvery green foliage this plant flourishes in a garden bed as a low growing groundcover or in a container.
Shaggy dwarf morning glory. These plants bloom from late spring all the way until the first frost and will attract plenty of bees and butterflies who love the nectar rich blooms. When planted in a sunny spot this spreading plant will create a sea of ocean blue flowers atop silvery blue green foliage.
Native introduced native and introduced. This plant is listed by the u s. Click on a thumbnail to view an image or see all the evolvulus thumbnails at the plants gallery g a.
The plants database includes the following 12 species of evolvulus.