For Cee’s Flower of the Day, today I present the morning glory, a member of the Convolvulaceae family. I have had them growing on a garden fence which has since been taken down. This particular one was growing on another fence which borders a neighbor’s yard. I took this photo in early September.
Although there are a wide variety of morning glories, these white perennials are the most common around here. They grow on vines and are therefore most often found growing up fences and trellises. They open in the morning and enjoy full sun.