|Ipomoea is a group of perennial or annual vines as well as evergreen shrubs and perennials. The vines require support, full sun and humus rich soil. They are frost tender at 45-50F.
Red spider mite and whitefly can occasionally cause problems. Can be propagated by spring seed or summer cuttings. They are not related to Convolvus arvensis the hard to eradicate vine also known as Morning Glory or Bindweed.
This annual, sometimes taken as a perennial in tropical climates, blooms from summer to winter, funnel shaped white flowers with purple or red petal lobes (between the edge and midway). Foliage is green on hairy, green stems. 'Early Call' is an annual that blooms in white tubed flowers with red between the edge and the midrib.