Wildflower: Morning Glory (Ipomoea hederacea)
These Wild Morning Glories are growing in the bean patch. Theres some darker ones growing on an old root stump in the garden. So very pretty. They last only a day just like the Day Lily so I'm glad theres many coming on. The bees and butterflies and birds seem to like these very well and they are such a surprise among all the green.
Here's some more pictures on the this wildflower , also called Ivy-leaf Morning Glory Wild Morning Glory
Second planting of beans were picked yesterday with more to pick in a couple of days. Green beans and new potatoes for tomorrows dinner. Pumpkins did not do well. Tomatoes doing well. Corn did not. Hot peppers need picking.
All have a great week and thanks so much for visiting the camp