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White blossom

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  • What does a Moonflower plant look like?

  • A member of the Ipomea family, moonflower plants are related to the sweet potato vine and the morning glory, with flowers that open in the late afternoon. Large, heart-shaped leaves further enhance the attractive moonflower vine. Moonflowers in the garden do not need much ground space, as they readily climb upward.

  • What is the scientific name of Moon Flower?

  • Ipomoea leptophylla: This is an erect, flowering plant that sometimes goes by the name bush moonflower or bush morning glory. Ipomoea violacea: This plant is commonly known as the beach moonflower or sea moonflower, and its white flowers also open at night.

  • Do moonflowers bloom all summer long?

  • When beautiful and mysterious moonflower’s creamy, white blooms open at night they provide a light, sweet fragrance. The plant produces flowers all summer till the frost: deadhead blooms you can reach, but it will continue to flower if you can’t get them all.

  • What is the difference between Moonflower and Moonflower Vine?

  • The common name moonflower is also used for another plant. This one is also known as moonflower vine, helping to distinguish it from datura. Moonflower vine (Ipomoea alba) is related to morning glory. Ipomoea is toxic and has some hallucinogenic properties, but datura is much more toxic and can even be deadly.