morning glory flowers

Asked September 7, 2014, 5:19 PM EDT

How do I get my morning glory plant to flower?

Newport County Rhode Island horticulture flowers: annuals and herbaceous perennials

2 Responses


Too much nitrogen will make morning glories put out much leaves and little flowers. They prefer poor soil. Very hot night temperatures can also cause some annuals not to bloom.

Carol Quish

Carol Q,
Thank you.
I have my morning glory next to the hydrangea, which has some nitrogen in the soil to make the blossoms purple. The soil pH is 5.9. I hope to balance the pH to the soil next spring.
Portsmouth, RI