The Morning Glory (Ipomoea sp.) is a perennial herbaceous flowering vine in the Convolvulaceae family of bindweeds.
It is native to Central America and Mexico.
It is a twining creeping vine. It grows to 3 metres (10 feet).
The flowers are large trumpet-shaped blooms of white, pink, blue, violet, purple or yellow.
It blooms in the morning from early summer to early autumn.
Photographed in Nairobi, Kenya; Tbilisi, Georgia; and the Botanical Garden, Paris, in August 2018, September 2019, May 2020, and July 2020.
Photographer: Martina Nicolls