Many gardeners consider Morning Glories too invasisve, nothing but a glorified weed. Not me! They are an absolute staple in my garden. I now grow them from seed, taking advantage of the pods that form after the flowers are gone. I simply crush the pod between my fingers & spread the seed on the ground. I scatter them along fence posts, birdfeeder poles & even near climbing roses & just let them climb the canes. They are easy, simple to grow & add a touch of delight in the garden.
Of course I can't just leave things alone, so a few years back I began
companion planting Moonflowers, along with the Morning Glories.
Just like the name implies, they flower in the evening - big, beautiful
white trumpets of beauty! So just as the Morning Glories tire out
for the day, Moonflowers take their place. I love them to death!