The morning glory seeds planted many years ago remain on the ground, and many young buds still sprout. Plucking the young shoots of morning glory for other plants, but it's like cats and mouse game. When we loosen our hand to pull out the sprout, it quickly wraps around all the pillars, including roses, grapes and lilies. In September, when he(my husband) took a break from the garden care, white morning glory flowers are blooming here and there! It wraps around, branches and wraps in the opposite direction, and is intertwined so that it will not come off in any strong wind. The stem (vine) looks thin and weak, but it is actually strong and has vitality.