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Plant review: Convolvulus cneorum (Bush Morning Glory)

July 28, 2010

“Silver” is a word often rather inaccurately applied to plants with gray or whitish foliage. But in the case of bush morning glory, the association is fully deserved — the shrub’s narrow, blunt-tipped leaves are covered with the tiniest of hairs, which give the leaf surface a metallic sheen. The plant itself forms a flattened […]

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