Convolvulus mauritanicus ‘Moroccan Beauty’ (c. sabatius)

Convolvulus mauritanicus ‘Moroccan Beauty’ (c. sabatius) (Blue Casbah Morning Glory, Ground Morning Glory) This Mediterranean native is a member of the Convolvulaceae (Morning Glory) family, however unlike other Morning Glories (Ipomoea) that can be extremely invasive, Convolvulus mauritanicus has a moderate growth habit and is not prone to becoming a nuisance in the garden. It grows 1-2 feet tall and has a spread of 3-4 feet wide, creating a dense gray-green carpet covered with funnel-shaped lavender-blue flowers from early summer through autumn. ‘Moroccan Beauty’ is easy to care for, and will thrive if planted in either full or part sun. It is hardy to 15-20°. If the tops freeze back in th

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