Convolvolvolus: Care of the Convolvulus
The Convolvulus is a herbaceous perennial flower, in winter the plant disappears completely to return the following year stronger and more vigorous than ever. Usually sold as a draining plant to embellish balconies and gardens, you can also use it as a climber always remembering that it only lasts one season and the following year the plant will start from scratch.
It is recommended not to climb the convolvulus on other plants because they could prevent the development of the plant on which it climbs.
The flowering of the Convolvulus takes place in the hottest months of May to September, the flowers wrap around themselves when they wither.
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