Convolvulus cneorum

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Gardeners may shy away from Silverbush, or Bush Morning Glory, thinking that it's that horribly invasive annual flowering vine. On the contrary, this lovely low-growing shrub stands out all year long with lance-shaped leaves that are covered with a fine down of silver-gray hairs. Pure white flowers that look like morning glory blooms emerge from pale pink buds in the spring and summer, attracting bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. Bush Morning Glory is drought tolerant once established and requires little attention, maybe a light pruning after blooms disappear to maintain a tidy shape. We've used it with great success in container planters and hanging baskets, and it pairs especially well with red and blue toned companion plants and flowers.

Common Name: Silverbush, Bush Morning Glory, Shrubby Bindweed
Mature Size: 1 -2 feet tall, 2 - 3 feet wide
Growth Rate: Moderate
Cold Hardiness: 10° F
Characteristics: Evergreen, drought tolerant once established, deer-resistant, attracts bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds
Light: Full sun to partial sun
Structure: Mounding
Bloom Color: Pale pink buds open to white
Bloom Time: Spring and summer
Uses: Rock gardens, woodland gardens, containers, hanging baskets, borders and mass plantings
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