Bush Morning Glory enjoys a good deal of attention in the southwest, far from its Mediterranean origins, due to its ability to endure drought, excessive heat and full or reflected sun. The plant’s toughness is made possible in part by tiny hairs that cover the grey leaves and give the shrub an overall silvery sheen. This lustrous foliage, combined with the large, showy white flowers that appear in spring and continue through summer, is especially breathtaking in moonlight. Bush Morning Glory is outstanding in containers and rock gardens, and can help soften the areas between larger, drought tolerant accents such as Agave and Yucca.
Height: 2 – 4 feet
Width: 2 – 4 feet
Bloom color: White
Flowering season: Spring, Summer
USDA minimum zone: 8
Cold hardiness: 15° F


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