Bring home this indoor plants from Green Gini Collections.Their most widespread common name is morning glory, but some species in related genera bear that same common name and some Ipomea species are known by different common names. Those formerly separated in Calonyction (Greek καλός kalós “good” and νύξ, νυκτός núx, nuktós, “night”) are called moonflowers.The generic name Ipomoea is derived from the Greek ἴψ, ἰπός (íps, ipós), meaning “woodworm”, and ὅμοιος (hómoios), meaning “resembling”. It refers to their twining habit.The genus occurs throughout the tropical and subtropical regions of the world, and comprises annual and perennial herbaceous plants, lianas, shrubs, and small trees; most of the species are twining climbing plants.Ipomoea is the largest genus in the flowering plant family Convolvulaceae, with over 600 species. It is a large and diverse group, with common names including morning glory, water convolvulus or kangkung, sweet potato, bindweed, moonflower, etc.
Light: Best in bright, indirect light. Direct sunlight should be limited to a few hours a day at most as it may scorch the leaves. Can tolerate some degree of shade for part of the day.
Water: Keep the soil moist at all times. Allow the top of the soil to dry out slightly before re-watering. Reduce watering in winter. Will tolerate some degree of drought. Don’t allow the bottom of the plant to stand in water. If possible use rain or filtered water to avoid the tips of the leaves turning brown.