Silver Bush and Blue Rock Bindweed - two plants you can use in the Garden

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Silver Bush and Blue Rock Bindweed are the common names of two species of Convolvulus. Silver Bush ( Convolvulus cneorum ) is a low-growing shrub up to around 0.5 metres tall. It is easy to grow, very hardy, and has a long flowering season. The silver foliage is great for providing contrast in garden beds amongst other plants, and the plant is covered in very attractive small white flowers with a yellow eye. Silver Bush is also great to grow in pots.

Blue Rock Bindweed is Convolvulus sabatius spp mauritanicus. This plant is more of a ground -cover plant as it is very low growing. It's deep green leaves and massed blue flowers over a long season make it a popular plant in gardens and landscapes. It look great when spilling over a garden wall, or just filling the vacant gaps between other plants and it is fast growing too.

Both of these Convolvulus are drought tolerant and are easy to maintain, having relatively few pests and diseases. They are both happiest in a sunny spot with well-drained soil, and can be grown in cool-temperate to warmer climates. I took these photos in garden around North Sydney close to the Harbour.
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This delightful, deciduous perennial is native to parts of Spain, Italy and North Africa. It bears palmately divided, ovate, slightly hairy green leaves. Throughout Summer and Autumn, it features trailing mats of exceptionally beautiful, widely funnel-shaped, mauvish-blue flowers with light centres. Nectar loving, pollinating insects adore this plant!

Position in full sun facing either South or West and keep in a sheltered spot. Brilliant when planted in hanging baskets or containers. In the South of England, you will find them perfectly hardy!

https://www.hotplantco.co.uk/9077/Convolvulus-sabatius-Mauritanicus-Blue-rockweed-Sent-in-9cm-pot

Growing bush morning glory plants is easy. This low maintenance plant requires very little care; yet, it will reward you with lovely year-round foliage and copious blossoms spring through fall. Read on to learn more about how to grow a bush morning glory plant. What is Bush Morning Glory? The bush morning glory plant (Convolvulus cneorum) is a beautiful, silvery foliaged shrub that comes from the Mediterranean region of Europe. It has a neat, dense round shape and grows 2-4′ tall by 2-4′ wide. This evergreen plant is also quite hardy but it can be damaged by temperatures below 15°F. (-9 C).

Read more at Gardening Know How: Bush Morning Glory Care: How To Grow A Bush Morning Glory Plant

https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/shrubs/bush-morning-glory/bush-morning-glory-care.htm

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Silver Bush . This is a small charming plant with silver leaves, pink buds and round white flowers. It rises to a height of no more than 45 cm and blooms all summer.
Well drained soil, sunny plot, raised flower bed or alpine slide. It grows well in hanging pots and other containers. It is short-lived, so it is good to have several rooted cuttings in reserve.

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Blue Rock Bindwed Of all garden vines, the fastest drapery on both vertical surfaces and soil is considered to be representatives of the genus of bindweed. Bright greens, surprisingly flexible shoots capable of clinging to the support themselves, touching funnel-shaped flowers, with almost no pronounced lobes, and good looks are distinctive features of even weed grass-bindweed. But ornamental species can be praised by the extraordinary abundance of flowering and greenery. Convolvulus palette is not limited to only delicate pink color, and the diversity of these plants allows you to grow them in the soil, and in potting.

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Specially the purple color flower looks like a umbrella! Both are wonderful and your expertise knowledge also shared well! Not seen it in my country, but I think people might get attractive with the purple one most! Nice photography and description with tips that worthy for gardening!

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Plants from the Convolvulus genus are hardy annual or hardy perennial vines.
They have heart shaped leaves, some varieties flower but for one day, with trumpet flowers (can be blue, white, pink or purple).
Many gardeners consider most Convolvulus plants to be weeds. Though some species of Convolvulus such as Silverbush and Dwarf morning glory are grown.

https://www.gardenershq.com/Convolvulus-Silverbush.php

Also known as Convolvulus mauritanicus, this tender rock bindweed is a native of north Africa and a popular trailing plant for hanging baskets and containers. It’s also suitable for growing over walls and in rock gardens, where the stems could bake on the stones and root wherever they touched the soil. By late summer the bushy plants are smothered in clear, soft blue trumpets, attracting a wealth of pollinating insects. The Royal Horticultural Society has given it its prestigious Award of Garden Merit (AGM).

https://www.gardenersworld.com/plants/convolvulus-sabatius/

Convolvulus cneorum (more commonly known as silverbush or Silver Bush) is a calm and classy plant for those who prefer an understated, charming dispay. An invaluable evergreen, the Silver Bush looks great at the front of a border or in a pot, where i t will last for years. This elegant silver leaved, white trumpeted convolvulus opens from pretty pink buds. 9cm pot grown plants supplied.

Also known as Convolvulus mauritanicus, this tender rock bindweed is a native of north Africa and a popular trailing plant for hanging baskets and containers. It’s also suitable for growing over walls and in rock gardens, where the stems could bake on the stones and root wherever they touched the soil. By late summer the bushy plants are smothered in clear, soft blue trumpets, attracting a wealth of pollinating insects. The Royal Horticultural Society has given it its prestigious Award of Garden Merit (AGM).

Grow Convolvulus sabatius in well-drained soil in a sheltered site in full sun. Take cuttings in summer or dig up plants and move them inside over winter for use next year.

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Also known as C. mauritanicus, this tender rock bindweed is a native of north Africa and a popular trailing subject (strictly, prostrate climbing) for warm sunny positions. It has become a familiar ingredient of hanging baskets and containers, but was grown in the past as a summer subject for rock gardens, where the stems could bake on the stones and root wherever they touched the soil. By late summer the bushy plants are smothered in clear, soft blue trumpets. The Royal Horticultural Society has given it its Award of Garden Merit (AGM).

Bush Morning Glory is a glowing presence in the garden. The soft, silvery foliage forms a perfect rounded mound that brings a strong architectural form to the landscape. The color looks amazing contrasted with bright flowers or dark-leaved plants. In late spring the plant is literally covered with white trumpet-shaped flowers that look similar to Morning Glory flowers. Incredibly carefree; this plant thrives in poor soil, heat, and dry conditions too.

Sources: http://www.bbc.co.uk/gardening/plants/plant_finder/plant_pages/212.shtml
https://www.mygardenlife.com/plant-library/2614/convolvulus/cneorum

Beautiful plant my friend and Silverbush is a fast growing evergreen shrub native to coastal areas of Spain, Italy, Croatia and Albania. It is a member of the morning glory/bindweed family, Convolvulaceae, that includes many weeds as well fine garden plants. Plants form dense rounded mounds of one to two inch long, lance-shaped leaves covered with fine silky silver-grey hairs. Panicles of funnel shaped white flowers white yellow centers, l.5 to 2 inches wide, open from pink buds from early spring to late fall. Although not hardy in zones colder than 8, silverbush makes a good container plant that can be wintered indoors. The genus name, Convolvulus, comes from the Latin verb, convolvere, meaning to roll together referring to the twining nature of most of the plants in the genus.

A source of information: http://www.karensgardentips.com/plant-profiles-how-to-grow/plant-profile-silverbush-convolvulus-cneorum/

Convolvulus sabatius is a deciduous herbaceous perennial with a trailing habit. Its mid green leaves are ovate with entire margins, up to 30mm long and 25mm broad. Its stems are herbaceous, are able to twine and climb and die back to ground level each year. Its blue/ purple flowers are funnel shaped and up to 25mm across.

Convolvulus sabatius, commonly known as Blue Rock Bindweed, Mauritian bindweed or Ground Morning Glory, is native to parts of Spain and Italy and parts of North Africa. Convolvulus sabatius is synonymous with Convolvulus mauritanicus.

The etymological root of the binomial name Convolvulus is derived from the Latin convolvere meaning ‘ to coil or twist’, in reference to twining climbing habit of a umber of this genus. Sabatius is named after the region Vada Sabatia in Italy where this species was first described.

A source of information: https://davisla.wordpress.com/category/blue-rock-bindweed/

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This purple color is so nice , i think it can be great think to add for every garden

Amazing flowers @ctrl-alt-nwo! Evergreen, trailing ground-covering plant belonging to the morning glory family (Convolvulaceae), native to North Africa, Spain, and Italy. Funnel-shaped blue to mauve flowers, 2.5 cm wide, appearing mainly during summer and early autumn. Flowers open and close in relation to the amount of sunlight they receive. Soft, fine-haired grey-green leaves, 1.5-3.5 cm long.

Synonym: Convolvulus mauritanicus.

Prefers a sunny position in any well-draining soil. Drought tolerant once established. Tolerates moderate frosts (zones 8-10). Trim in late winter to prevent the plant from becoming too woody. Suitable for coastal areas.

Undemanding, easy care plant that flowers profusely in summer. Looks great, trailing over walls. Not invasive (unlike the common morning glory).

Convolvulus cneorum (more commonly known as silverbush or Silver Bush) is a calm and classy plant for those who prefer an understated, charming dispay. An invaluable evergreen, the Silver Bush looks great at the front of a border or in a pot, where i t will last for years. This elegant silver leaved, white trumpeted convolvulus opens from pretty pink buds. 9cm pot grown plants supplied.

Sources: http://aboutgardendesign.com/plant-guide/item/convolvulus-sabatius-subsp-mauritanicus

https://www.jparkers.co.uk/3-silverbush-convolvulus-0005736c

Love both these plants and their colours! The silver bush has bigger flowers!
It would be nice if we could eat either of these flowers as salad!?

Cheers.

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Have you tried Nasturtiums? they are a nice orange or yellow flower, and they are edible. Hot, mustard-like flavour , great in salads too.

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No! I will have to look into this! The orange or yellow flowers are just right for the south side of the house which is rather nude at the moment!

The villagers next door did a good job of cleaning all the untidy plants by the fence. So, the natural sunshade and privacy screen all disappeared in one afternoon!!

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Convolvulus Cneorum

Convolvulus cneorum, also known as silverbush or shrubby bindweed, is a species of flowering plant in the family Convolvulaceae, which contains many plants described as "bindweed".


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It is an evergreen shrub rather than a vine, forming a low mound 0.6–1.2 m (2 ft 0 in–3 ft 11 in) in height, with a similar spread. It produces 2.5–4 cm (1–2 in) diameter flowers which are white with a yellow throat.


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The species is found in coastal areas of Spain, Italy, Croatia and Albania in Italy it is found on the coast of Tuscany and western Sicily and on the islands of Capri and Li Galli. In Croatia it is found on many of the islands off the coast. It is often found growing in cracks in rocks.


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Convolvulus Sabatius

Convolvulus sabatius, the ground blue-convolvulus or blue rock bindweed, is a species of flowering plant in the family Convolvulaceae, native to Italy and North Africa, and often seen in cultivation.


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It is a woody-stemmed trailing perennial plant, growing to 20 cm (8 in) in height. It has slightly hairy leaves and light blue to violet flowers, often with a lighter center, which are 2.5–5 cm (1–2 in) in diameter.


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Convolvulus cneorum, also known as silverbush or shrubby bindweed, is a species of flowering plant in the family Convolvulaceae, which contains many plants described as "bindweed". However, unlike other species in the genus, it is an evergreen shrub rather than a vine, forming a low mound 0.6–1.2 m (2 ft 0 in–3 ft 11 in) in height, with a similar spread. It produces 2.5–4 cm (1–2 in) diameter flowers which are white with a yellow throat. These are produced at the end of stems in loose panicles and may almost completely cover the plants. The leaves are grey-green and are covered in fine hairs which give the plant a silvery appearance.
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The species is found in coastal areas of Spain, Italy, Croatia and Albania In Italy it is found on the coast of Tuscany and western Sicily and on the islands of Capri and Li Galli. In Croatia it is found on many of the islands off the coast. It is often found growing in cracks in rocks.
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The Latin specific epithet cneorum is a word of Greek origin referring to a small olive-like plant, possibly a species of Daphne.Source

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Silver Bush . This is a small charming plant with silver leaves, pink buds and round white flowers. It rises to a height of no more than 45 cm and blooms all summer.
Well drained soil, sunny plot, raised flower bed or alpine slide. It grows well in hanging pots and other containers. It is short-lived, so it is good to have several rooted cuttings in reserve.

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Blue Rock Bindwed Of all garden vines, the fastest drapery on both vertical surfaces and soil is considered to be representatives of the genus of bindweed. Bright greens, surprisingly flexible shoots capable of clinging to the support themselves, touching funnel-shaped flowers, with almost no pronounced lobes, and good looks are distinctive features of even weed grass-bindweed. But ornamental species can be praised by the extraordinary abundance of flowering and greenery. Convolvulus palette is not limited to only delicate pink color, and the diversity of these plants allows you to grow them in the soil, and in potting.

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Although it will tolerate dry soils, it performs at its best in a humus rich soil.

Dig a little compost through the soil. plant and water in with a liquid seaweed fertiliser. A little additional water through the first summer will assist with establishment.

Pruning
You can prune the silver bush back in early spring as new growth commences. We suggest a hard pruning every 3 years and a little light pruning every year just after flowering.

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This plant is a nice ornamental flowering plant as it doesn't require that much care but brings plenty of showy attractive flowers. This plant is excellent in rock gardening. Also the plant is not an invasive one.
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pretty cool they look when they are at their bloom beautiful to know about this plant

Their flowers are very majestic @ctrl-alt-nwo and it needs a little shaping when the get bigger and they will give a beauty in any garden.

Nice capture with the raindrops. They add a certain magic to the flowers.

Convolvulus cneorum (more commonly known as silverbush or Silver Bush) is a calm and classy plant for those who prefer an understated, charming dispay. An invaluable evergreen, the Silver Bush looks great at the front of a border or in a pot, where i t will last for years. This elegant silver leaved, white trumpeted convolvulus opens from pretty pink buds. 9cm pot grown plants supplied.
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Convolvulus sabatius, the ground blue-convolvulus or blue rock bindweed, is a species of flowering plant in the family Convolvulaceae, native to Italy and North Africa, and often seen in cultivation. It is a woody-stemmed trailing perennial plant, growing to 20 cm (8 in) in height.This species is often sold under the synonymous name C. mauritanicus. Although a perennial, it is best treated as an annual in colder climates.[3] It is suited to window boxes and containers and prefers a sunny situation with good drainage. Tip pruning encourages new growth and flowering.[3] It has gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit.WSY0037088_6080.jpgimg_2622.jpg33999652270_838dd8ba79_b.jpg
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Amazing photos, especially the first. It shows all the beauty of this plant.

@ctrl-alt-nwo, It's truly Expansion Of Knowledge and good to know about these two plants. And here i want to firstly talk about one of the picture where we can see the Purple Colour essence flowers and personally i want to call those flowers as Spaceship flowers because when i saw that picture in first glance i don't know why but the first thing which come to my mind is Spaceship. And in my opinion the ground level plants are more breathtaking to watch because it reflects as Natural Sheet Of Nature.

Wishing you an great day and stay blessed. 🙂

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Convolvulus cneorum

Other common names
shrubby bindweed
silvery bindweed

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Family
Convolvulaceae

Genus
Convolvulus can be annuals, perennials or shrubs, erect or scrambling, with simple or palmately divided leaves and solitary or clustered, open funnel-shaped flowers

Details
C. cneorum is a small spreading evergreen shrub to 60cm in height, with narrowly oblong, very silvery leaves and funnel-shaped white flowers tinged pink in bud, up to 4cm in width.

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How to grow
Cultivation
Grow in well drained soil or low to moderate fertility, in a sheltered spot with full sun. Good for containers, using a gritty loam based medium, watering well in the growing season, but keeping drier in winter.
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Propagation
Propagate by semi-hardwood cuttings

Suggested planting locations and garden types
Drought Resistant Patio & Container Plants Mediterranean Climate Plants City & Courtyard Gardens Gravel Garden

How to care
Pruning
Pruning group 8

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Pests
Generally pest free

Diseases
Generally disease free
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The beautiful Silver Bush comes from rocks and sand dunes on the south coast of Australia. In wild shrubs can reach a height of about one meter - the spectrum that is cultivated remains smaller. This plant is a very easy way of life: it can manage a little dryness, survive the wind and develop on rocks. It is also a plant that tickles curiosity, not only because of its attractive color, but because of its ability to continue to surprise you with a new dimension in its tangled structure.

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Blue Rock Bindweed's beautiful flowers are annual plants, tend to grow best for several years (about 3 years and larger).

Usually growing to an adult height of 20.0 cm (7.8 inches), Blue rock bindweed grows with the habit of land cover.

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Thank you for the very beautiful photos, @ctrl-alt-nwo
I always learn from your posts a lot of interesting details!
Flowers Convolvulus cneorum come in such different shades, decorate any garden or vegetable garden.


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Convolvulus cneorum (Silverbush or Bush of Morning Glory) is a very charming small spreading evergreen shrub noted for its attractive silvery-green, silky foliage and large morning glory glowers from late stpring through summer.
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One of the finest, truly silver leaved shrub, this Convovulus grows in a dense, flattened mound of narrowly obling evergreen leaves, covered with extremely fine hairs, and remain attractive throughout the growing season. They are spangled by abundant pink flower buds that open to trumped shaped white flowers, with yellow hearts over a long bloom period

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Convolosus sabatius (Bindweed or Ground Morning glory) is a luscious, trailing, woody-based perennial noted for its endless prduction of widely funnel- shaped, lavender - blue flowers1-2 in. across, throughout the year in mild winter areas, from early summer to early fall elsewhere
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Huggin the ground, this charming groundcover enjiys small, oval soft gray0green leaves which are evergreen where hardy. Although the top growth may be killed by fros, Ground Morning Glory will re-sprout from tis base the following year. It's tumbing hait makes it ideal for raised beds, hanging baskets or contatiners.
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Silver Bush is a beautiful flower plant with the Latin name Calocephalus. Silver Bush is a small round bush with skin twigs that have a very beautiful appearance. From a distance it looks like barbed wire, but it is beautiful and without thorns that hurt! Yellow flower plants in August and September but the main attraction is no longer silver-gray foliage, which connects beautifully with blue and white autumn violas, checkerberry, pink Cyclamen, culprit and Skimmia. Silver Bush also works very well in autumn hanging baskets.

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Blue rock bindweed is a small plant that has a soft blue flower-shaped funnel from mid to summer and is ideal for sunny and dry locations such as rocks or raised bed edges. It comes from a dry place around North Africa and the Mediterranean so it needs good drainage and a protected place.

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we know the whole geometry in nature repeating itself -- like the sunflower and other things , snails shell, etc

I came upon this picture and it immediately sparked a connection with the stuff that I see here - neat

This is a morning glory flower -- oddly enough, the morning glory seeds have LSA which is very similar to LSD and according to google if you take them you trip and have effects etc

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A evergreen shrub is a wonderful garden addition, with cup-shaped, white flowers that have pale yellow centres from late spring to summer. An asset to any garden, this plant with its shiny, silvery foliage, as well as its flowers will be happiest in a hot, sunny border with well drain soil. Foliage contrasts well with blues and purples, and it also looks stunning cascading over a wall. Great grown in a container where it can be admired all winter. Supplied in 1 litre containers.

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Huggin the ground, this charming groundcover enjiys small, oval soft gray0green leaves which are evergreen where hardy. Although the top growth may be killed by fros, Ground Morning Glory will re-sprout from tis base the following year. It's tumbing hait makes it ideal for raised beds, hanging baskets or contatiners.

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Convolvulus sabatius - Ground Morning Glory

Habit and Cultural Information
Category: Perennial
Family: Convolvulaceae (Morning-glories)
Origin: Africa, North (Africa)
Evergreen: Yes
Flower Color: Light Blue
Bloomtime: Year-round
Synonyms: [Convolvulus mauritanicus]
Height: 1 foot
Width: 2-3 feet

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Convolvulus sabatius (Ground Morning Glory) - A trailing groundcover with a woody base and herbaceous stems that once in a while comes to up to 1 foot tall and for the most part embraces the ground and spreads 3 feet in width or better with delicate green adjusted 1/2 inch long clears out. Light blue channel molded blossoms sprout during the time in territories with mellow winters however sprouts heaviest from spring through fall. Plant in full sun to light shade with very much depleted soil and intermittent water - endures soils with antacid conditions well and will develop in heavier mud soil insofar as it depletes and isn't over watered. It is tough to 15 to 20 degrees F and can resprout if tops stop back; it is additionally normally developed as a yearly in colder territories. It is tolerant of close waterfront conditions. Trim back plants in pre-spring to keep from getting excessively woody and, making it impossible to look after size. Extraordinary plant for a little ground cover or to fill in holes between different plants and to use in compartment plantings and hanging bushels where it can overflow an edge. This plant is local to waterfront regions underneath 1000 feet in rise of Algeria and Morocco in northwestern Africa yet additionally has disjunct populaces in Spain and Italy. The name of the family given by Linnaeus originates from the Latin word 'convolvere' a verb importance to "roll together" or "to wrap" and is in reference to the vining climbing and covering nature of plants in the sort. The particular appellation originates from an area in Italy Vada Sabatia where the plant was first depicted by Italian botanist and naturalist Domenico Viviani (1772– 1840) in 1824. This plant was for some time known as Convolvulus mauritanicus, which was portrayed from North Africa yet is currently viewed as an equivalent word. It is additionally ordinarily known as Blue Rock Bindweed or Mauritian bindweed. Both this plant and Convolvulus cneorum were champs of the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit in 1993 and we have developed it since 1984. This portrayal depends on our exploration and perceptions made of this plant as it develops in our nursery, in the nursery plant and in different patio nurseries that we have visited. We will likewise consolidate remarks got from others and dependably value getting criticism of any sort from the individuals who have some extra data about this plant, specifically if this data is in opposition to what we have composed or on the off chance that they have extra social tips that would help others in developing Convolvulus sabatius.

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Silver Bush

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SILVER BUSH
Fun mophead with the look of mist and moonlight

The branches of Silver Bush zigzag through one another and each one catches the light a little differently. That makes this a distinctive, magical plant that’s beautiful all year round.

Silver Bush (Calocephalus) is a small round shrub with eye-catching, hairy twigs that have a pretty silvery appearance. From a distance it looks just like barbed wire, but beautiful and without the painful barbs! The plant flowers yellow in August and September but the main attraction is undoubtedly its silver-grey foliage, which combines beautifully with blue and white autumn violas, checkerberry, pink Cyclamen, prickly heath and Skimmia. Silver Bush also works very well in autumn hanging baskets.

EYE-CATCHER FROM THE BUSH
Silver Bush is native to the rocks and dunes of Australia’s southern coast. In the wild the shrub can reach a height of around one metre – the cultivated variety stays smaller. The plant is a member of the Asteraceae family and is very easy to live with: it can cope with a bit of drought, survives sea breezes and thrives in rockeries. It’s also a plant that tickles the curiosity, not only because of its attractive silver-grey colour, but because of its ability to constantly surprise you with new dimentions in its tangled structure.

SILVER BUSH TRIVIA
Silver Bush’s suffix is 'brownii', which refers to the botanist Robert Brown who discovered the plant in 1817.
In Australia Silver Bush is also called cushion bush, because the twigs used to be used as filling for mattresses and cushions.

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Convolvulus sabatius is a deciduous herbaceous perennial with a trailing habit. Its mid green leaves are ovate with entire margins, up to 30mm long and 25mm broad. Its stems are herbaceous, are able to twine and climb and die back to ground level each year. Its blue/ purple flowers are funnel shaped and up to 25mm across.
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Convolvulus sabatius, commonly known as Blue Rock Bindweed, Mauritian bindweed or Ground Morning Glory, is native to parts of Spain and Italy and parts of North Africa. Convolvulus sabatius is synonymous with Convolvulus mauritanicus.
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Blue Rock Bindweed

Convolvulus sabatius 10cm
Botanical Name: Convolvulus sabatius
Common Names: Blue Rock Bindweed , Ground Morning Glory , Morrocan Glory Vine
Foliage Type: Evergreen
Native No
Plant Type: Groundcover, Perennial
Plant Habit: Prostrate, Spreading
Typical Availability High
Description:
Fast growing perennial with grey green foliage and a prostrate habit. Purple/blue funnel shaped flowers appear in Spring and continue through to Autumn. Tough plant tolerating coastal conditions and salt spray. Useful in borders, containers and as a groundcover. Also known as Convolvulus mauritanicus.

Mature Height: 15-30cm Position: Full Sun, Semi-Shade
Mature Width: 1-2m Soil Type: Loam, Sandy, Well Drained

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https://www.plantmark.com.au/convolvulus-mauritanicus

Convolvulus cneorum
Silver Bush

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Common Name: Silver Bush
Plant Height: 0.6
Plant Spread: 0.9
Use: informal edging, pot, hanging basket, groundcovers, spillover, border, poolside
Plant Pruning: Prune by half in winter.
Soil Moisture: Dry b/w watering to Constantly moist
Sunlight: hot overhead sun
Design: Suits mediterranean, contemporary, dry style & coastal designs
Plant Origins: Europe-W Russia, SW Asia-Middle East
Flower Colour: white & yellow
Garden Type: soft-wooded perennial
Plant Seasonality: Evergreen

https://www.lifestyle.com.au/plant-guide/silver-bush-955.aspx

Good afternoon @ctrl-alt-nwo. This time there are two plants. Very beautiful. You have 2 bindweeds: the 1st is the boron bindweed (Convolvulus cneorum) it comes from Persia, the 2nd is the bindweed tricolor from South Europe; both of them are from the family of the same name Vyunkovye. These are annuals, and climbing ones, which can be used not only as annual lianas in vertical gardening, but also as ampel and ground cover plants. They grow well in dry, drained soils; overmoistening becomes brittle. They are light-requiring, but grow quite well in partial shade. Propagated by sowing seeds immediately into the open ground in early spring. It is important to water even young plants; good for the time of growth to hold 2-3 dressings. Bloom until the late autumn frosts.

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Silver Bush . This is a small charming plant with silver leaves, pink buds and round white flowers. It rises to a height of no more than 45 cm and blooms all summer.
Well drained soil, sunny plot, raised flower bed or alpine slide. It grows well in hanging pots and other containers. It is short-lived, so it is good to have several rooted cuttings in reserve.

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Blue Rock Bindwed Of all garden vines, the fastest drapery on both vertical surfaces and soil is considered to be representatives of the genus of bindweed. Bright greens, surprisingly flexible shoots capable of clinging to the support themselves, touching funnel-shaped flowers, with almost no pronounced lobes, and good looks are distinctive features of even weed grass-bindweed. But ornamental species can be praised by the extraordinary abundance of flowering and greenery. Convolvulus palette is not limited to only delicate pink color, and the diversity of these plants allows you to grow them in the soil, and in potting.

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Although it will tolerate dry soils, it performs at its best in a humus rich soil.

Dig a little compost through the soil. plant and water in with a liquid seaweed fertiliser. A little additional water through the first summer will assist with establishment.

Pruning
You can prune the silver bush back in early spring as new growth commences. We suggest a hard pruning every 3 years and a little light pruning every year just after flowering.

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This plant is a nice ornamental flowering plant as it doesn't require that much care but brings plenty of showy attractive flowers. This plant is excellent in rock gardening. Also the plant is not an invasive one.
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I like both plants. Both plants have plenty of flowers . But blue color is very eye catching .so I prefer blue rock plant for home garden.

BLUE ROCK BINDWEED 'MANATI DEEP BLUE'

The convolvulus 'Manati Deep Blue' is an early blooming kind of flower with sky-blue, funnel-shaped flowers and elegant hanging shoots. Due to its well-branched growth they are ideal for window boxes and hanging baskets. Prefers a sunny location. Pruning fosters a new branching. To make 'Manati®Deep Blue' bloom all autumn long, the seed-settings should regularly be removed.

german term: Blue Rock Bindweed
botanical termn: Convolvulus sabatius
plant height: 80-100cm
life cycle: annual
flowering season: May to September
use: Perennial shrub! Ideal for bed borders and perennial gardens.

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Use slow-release fertiliser during planting.
watering:
Keep it moisturised.
gardener's tip:
Only plant in open air after the last frost. Not hardy, protect against frost. Remove withered plants: Then the plant uses all its strength for the development of new flowers.

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we know the whole geometry in nature repeating itself -- like the sunflower and other things , snails shell, etc

I came upon this picture and it immediately sparked a connection with the stuff that I see here - neat

This is a morning glory flower -- oddly enough, the morning glory seeds have LSA which is very similar to LSD and according to google if you take them you trip and have effects etc

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A evergreen shrub is a wonderful garden addition, with cup-shaped, white flowers that have pale yellow centres from late spring to summer. An asset to any garden, this plant with its shiny, silvery foliage, as well as its flowers will be happiest in a hot, sunny border with well drain soil. Foliage contrasts well with blues and purples, and it also looks stunning cascading over a wall. Great grown in a container where it can be admired all winter. Supplied in 1 litre containers.

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Huggin the ground, this charming groundcover enjiys small, oval soft gray0green leaves which are evergreen where hardy. Although the top growth may be killed by fros, Ground Morning Glory will re-sprout from tis base the following year. It's tumbing hait makes it ideal for raised beds, hanging baskets or contatiners.

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Blue rock bindweed
Convolvulus sabatius

Blue rock bindweed is a member of the Convolvulus family. Its botanical name is Convolvulus sabatius.

Blue rock bindweed grows as a perennial and is a flower. Being a perennial plant, it tends to grow best over several years (approx 3 years and greater).

Normally growing to a mature height of 20.0 cm (7.8 inches), Blue rock bindweed grows with a ground-cover habit.

This plant info is provided by the myfolia gardener's wiki. All details about Blue rock bindweed have been kindly provided by our members.

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Gardening: Pretty blue bindweed excels

Blue bindweed is a very pretty small shrub-like plant that excels itself at this time of year. And yes, it is a bindweed, a name that many people associate with the annoying and troublesome weed of the same name. Mind you, even the weed, in flower, has its moments of prettiness, and gains perhaps a sneaking admiring glance.

The blue bindweed, or blue rock bindweed as it is also called, covers itself with blue flowers that have a touch of purple. The flowers are two or three centimetres across, shaped like a very shallow funnel. On the flowers, there is a series of radiating lines from edge to centre, each slightly offset and the pattern is reminiscent of the overlapping folds of a camera shutter. This distinctive shape is a family trait.

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But the blue bindweed has none of the nasty habits of its relative. It is not a large plant and does not form the twisting stems of the weedy species that can reach three metres in a damp summer. The blue bindweed stems are light and run along the surface of the soil, and the plant is evergreen in countries of frost-free climate.

In a normal winter, it will die back part of the way and can be killed in a hard winter. This is not surprising, given that it comes from the region of the western Mediterranean, including North Africa. It has a woody base at ground level and can recover from there after some frost damage. This woody base does not send out spreading roots but stays in place.

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Silver Bush

Common Name: Silver Bush
Plant Height: 0.6
Plant Spread: 0.9
Use: informal edging, pot, hanging basket, groundcovers, spillover, border, poolside
Plant Pruning: Prune by half in winter.
Soil Moisture: Dry b/w watering to Constantly moist
Sunlight: hot overhead sun
Design: Suits mediterranean, contemporary, dry style & coastal designs
Plant Origins: Europe-W Russia, SW Asia-Middle East
Flower Colour: white & yellow
Garden Type: soft-wooded perennial
Plant Seasonality: Evergreen

https://www.lifestyle.com.au/plant-guide/silver-bush-955.aspx

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Convolvulus sabatius

Common Name: Blue Rock Bindweed

Plant Family: Convolvulaceae

Useful for: Cracks in Paving
Planting Style: mediterranean
Season of Interest: Summer to Autumn
Position/ Situation: Rock Garden
Sun or Shade: Sun
Flower Colour: Blue
Leaf Colour: Grey
Height: very low (less than 1ft)
Habit/Shape: Trailing
Evergreen: No
Soil Type: Normal, well-drained but moisture retentive
Soil PH: No preference
Award of Garden Merit: Yes
Hardiness/minimum temperature: Hardy to minus 5 deg. C
Bee and Butterfly: Both
Rabbit & Deer Resistance: Not Known To Be Resistant
Resistance to Honey Fungus: Resistant to Honey Fungus

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Blue Rock Bindweed

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Position: Full sun

Flowering period: Early summer to early autumn

Soil: Moist, well drained

Eventual Height: 20cm

Eventual Spread: 90cm

Hardiness: 8b, 9a, 9b, 10a, 10b

Family: Convolvulaceae

Convolvulus sabatius is a deciduous herbaceous perennial with a trailing habit. Its mid green leaves are ovate with entire margins, up to 30mm long and 25mm broad. Its stems are herbaceous, are able to twine and climb and die back to ground level each year. Its blue/ purple flowers are funnel shaped and up to 25mm across.

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Convolvulus sabatius, commonly known as Blue Rock Bindweed, Mauritian bindweed or Ground Morning Glory, is native to parts of Spain and Italy and parts of North Africa. Convolvulus sabatius is synonymous with Convolvulus mauritanicus.

The etymological root of the binomial name Convolvulus is derived from the Latin convolvere meaning ‘ to coil or twist’, in reference to twining climbing habit of a umber of this genus. Sabatius is named after the region Vada Sabatia in Italy where this species was first described.

The landscape architect may find Convolvulus sabatius useful as a trailing, low growing deciduous perennial. This species of Convolvulus is not invasive. Once established this plant is drought tolerant.

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Convolvulus cneorum

Convolvulus cneorum, also known as silverbush or shrubby bindweed,[1] is a species of flowering plant in the family Convolvulaceae, which contains many plants described as "bindweed". However, unlike other species in the genus, it is an evergreen shrub rather than a vine, forming a low mound 0.6–1.2 m (2 ft 0 in–3 ft 11 in) in height, with a similar spread. It produces 2.5–4 cm (1–2 in) diameter flowers which are white with a yellow throat. These are produced at the end of stems in loose panicles and may almost completely cover the plants. The leaves are grey-green and are covered in fine hairs which give the plant a silvery appearance.[2]

Distribution
The species is found in coastal areas of Spain, Italy, Croatia and Albania[2] In Italy it is found on the coast of Tuscany and western Sicily and on the islands of Capri and Li Galli. In Croatia it is found on many of the islands off the coast. It is often found growing in cracks in rocks.[3]

The Latin specific epithet cneorum is a word of Greek origin referring to a small olive-like plant, possibly a species of Daphne.

Cultivation
The species prefers an alkaline soil, full sun and good drainage. It is cold hardy to −9 C.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Convolvulus_cneorum

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Convolvulus sabatius (Blue rock bindweed)

Botanical name
Convolvulus sabatius

Other names
Blue rock bindweed, Convolvulus mauritanicus , Convolvulus sabatius subsp. mauritanicus, Ground morning glory, Moroccan glory vine

Genus
Convolvulus
Species
C. sabatius - C. sabatius is a tender, mat-forming, woody-based, evergreen perennial, usually grown as an annual, with oblong to broadly ovate, dark grey-green leaves and clusters of shallowly funnel-shaped, lavender-blue flowers from summer to early autumn.

Foliage
Evergreen

Habit
Compact, Spreading, Mat Forming

COLOUR
Flower
Blue in Summer; Blue in Autumn

Foliage
Grey-green in All seasons

HOW TO CARE
Watch out for
Specific pests
Glasshouse red spider mite

General care
Pruning
Cut back as required.

Propagation methods
Seed, Softwood cuttings

WHERE TO GROW
Convolvulus sabatius (Blue rock bindweed) will reach a height of 0.2m and a spread of 0.5m after 1-2 years.

Suggested uses
Cottage/Informal, Containers, City, Beds and borders, Mediterranean

Cultivation
Grow in gritty, poor to moderately fertile, well-drained soil in a sheltered spot in full sun. Suitable for containers grown in a gritty loam-based soil.

Soil type
Chalky, Loamy, Sandy

Soil drainage
Well-drained

Soil pH
Acid, Alkaline, Neutral

Light
Full Sun

Aspect
South, West

https://www.shootgardening.co.uk/plant/convolvulus-sabatius

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Convolvulus sabatius, blue rock bindweed, a trailing perennial flowering for months from June.

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Silver Bush (Calocephalus) is a small round shrub with eye-catching, hairy twigs that have a pretty silvery appearance. From a distance it looks just like barbed wire, but beautiful and without the painful barbs! The plant flowers yellow in August and September but the main attraction is undoubtedly its silver-grey foliage, which combines beautifully with blue and white autumn violas, checkerberry, pink Cyclamen, prickly heath and Skimmia. Silver Bush also works very well in autumn hanging baskets.

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White and blue both colors flowers are always very amazing. These are good plants for planting . Water drops on blue flowers are looking awesome.

Common Name: Silver Bush
Plant Height: 0.6
Plant Spread: 0.9
Use: informal edging, pot, hanging basket, groundcovers, spillover, border, poolside
Plant Pruning: Prune by half in winter.
Soil Moisture: Dry b/w watering to Constantly moist
Sunlight: hot overhead sun
Design: Suits mediterranean, contemporary, dry style & coastal designs
Plant Origins: Europe-W Russia, SW Asia-Middle East
Flower Colour: white & yellow
Garden Type: soft-wooded perennial
Plant Seasonality: Evergreen

Blue rock bindweed or Ground blue convolvulus or Ground morning glory (Convolvulus sabatius, Convolvulus mauritanicus) is trailing perennial plant with delicate flat trumpet like violet blue flowers

Wake up to the ‘ground morning glory’ early in the morning.

Ground morning glories are plants that are native to North Africa and Europe’s Italy and Spain.
A ground morning glory has the scientific name Convolvulus sabatius, and it is from the family Convolvulaceae, the family of morning glories.
‘Ground morning glory’ plants are also called ‘Blue rock bindweeds’ and ‘Mauritian bindweeds, and they are also known by the scientific name ‘Convolvulus mauritanicus’.
Typically, ground morning glory plants grow to heights of around 15 to 20 centimetres (6 to 8 inches) and spread to a diameter of up to 100 cm (40 inches).
Ground morning glories are hardy perennial plants that have received the Award of Garden Merit from the Royal Horticultural Society.
The flowers of ground morning glory plants are blue or purple in colour, that are like a saucer in shape, and are approximately 2.5 cm (1 inch) in diameter.
The blooming season of ground morning glory flowers ranges from summer to autumn, and they sometimes flower in spring.
The best position for growing ground morning glory plants is full sun and they usually thrive in free-draining soils.
Ground morning glories are typically used for ornamental purposes in pots, hanging baskets or gardens, as a ground cover or trailing plant.
Ground morning glory plants have small green leaves, and the plants can be grown from seeds or cuttings.

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Convolvulus cneorum (more commonly known as silverbush or Silver Bush) is a calm and classy plant for those who prefer an understated, charming dispay. An invaluable evergreen, the Silver Bush looks great at the front of a border or in a pot, where i t will last for years. This elegant silver leaved, white trumpeted convolvulus opens from pretty pink buds. 9cm pot grown plants supplied.

A evergreen shrub is a wonderful garden addition, with cup-shaped, white flowers that have pale yellow centres from late spring to summer. An asset to any garden, this plant with its shiny, silvery foliage, as well as its flowers will be happiest in a hot, sunny border with well drain soil. Foliage contrasts well with blues and purples, and it also looks stunning cascading over a wall. Great grown in a container where it can be admired all winter. Supplied in 1 litre containers.

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Convolvulus cneorum
A hardy, fast growing evergreen rounded shrub to approx. 50-60cm with soft silver foliage. Masses of large white flowers emerge from pink buds over much of the year. Ideal for rockeries, mass plantings, containers and general garden use. Grow in full sun or part shade

Perfect for problem dry areas, it will even be happy in a hot sunny well drained spot, where many other plants often fail to thrive. It is also a real asset in patio planters, and great in winter displays where it can be teamed with other plants such as heuchera. It also looks stunning cascading over a wall.

The bright silver foliage of this Convolvulus will contrast and work well with many other plants, and looks particularly good combined with blues and purples. Buy this low growing shrub today, and enjoy it all year, including throughout the winter. Supplied in approx 3 litre containers.

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The name of the flower is Blue rock bindweed, which is also known as Ground blue-convolvulus, African bindweed (as it is native to North Africa along with Italy). Botanical name of the flowering plant is Convolvulus sabatius and belongs to the family Convolvulaceae.

Blue rock bindweed (Convolvulus sabatius) is a fast growing perennial plant (annual in colder climate). This is a herbaceous trailing ground covering plant with woody base. The stem and leafs are hairy. Leafs are small, oval shaped with narrow tip, and arranged alternately.


Flowers of Blue rock bindweed (Convolvulus sabatius) are light-blue, purple-blue, lavender-blue in color with white and then yellow at center. They are exactly similar to the typical morning glory flowers, but smaller in size (3cm in diameter). Funnel shaped flowers are very beautiful. Throughout the year the plant brings plenty of showy flowers. Flowers born from the axil of stem and leaf of the plant.

This plant is a nice ornamental flowering plant as it doesn't require that much care but brings plenty of showy attractive flowers. This plant is excellent in rock gardening. Also the plant is not an invasive one.

This hardy evergreen Convolvulus is a wonderful shrub with beautiful silvery foliage on display all year round.

As an added bonus, cup-shaped, white flowers with pale yellow centres appear in several flushes from late spring in to the autumn.

Perfect for problem dry areas, it will even be happy in a hot sunny well drained spot, where many other plants often fail to thrive. It is also a real asset in patio planters, and great in winter displays where it can be teamed with other plants such as heuchera. It also looks stunning cascading over a wall.

The bright silver foliage of this Convolvulus will contrast and work well with many other plants, and looks particularly good combined with blues and purples. Buy this low growing shrub today, and enjoy it all year, including throughout the winter. Supplied in approx 3 litre containers.

http://icflora.blogspot.com/2017/12/blue-rock-bindweed-convolvulus-sabatius.html

https://www.gardeningexpress.co.uk/s10024-convolvulus-cneorum-convolvulus-silver-bush-16029

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we know the whole geometry in nature repeating itself -- like the sunflower and other things , snails shell, etc

I came upon this picture and it immediately sparked a connection with the stuff that I see here - neat

This is a morning glory flower -- oddly enough, the morning glory seeds have LSA which is very similar to LSD and according to google if you take them you trip and have effects etc

Then I remember "as above, so below"

Which in short, from the best google explanation

“As above, so below, as within, so without, as the universe, so the soul” – Hermes TrismegistusThe term, “As above, so below” was recorded in the Hermetic texts from The Emerald Tablet of Hermes Trismegistus, which states: “That which is Below corresponds to that which is Above, and that which is Above corresponds to that which is Below, to accomplish the miracle of the One Thing.”In the heavens above, the planet’s energies are that which is so below on earth. We humans who live on the so below are made of these same heavenly energies of that which is as above. Hence, the microcosm is oneself, and the macrocosm is the universe...

So then I thought ... what if ,,, the structure of flowers in general, or a specific flower ,,, is a micro representation of the freakin universe itself ... and ... what if the seeding and birthing of a plant / fruit or whatever is a ... MICRO-representation of the BIG BANG or creation itself, in one way or another ? lets as above so below this together

(further thinking)

An idea : someone get one of the flowers and where the leaves stops , possessing the skills : create an inverted duplicate flower so you have them facing opposite of each other If they end up imaginarily the flower leaf (purple part) kept going, it would turn back around and theoritically connect to the duplicate flower that is reversed looks (in my mind) interesting to me

And the big ass light or center of the flower is the big bang Furthermore, can the process of reproduction [mild creation] be a so below to the as above (universe creation) -- could be, through analogy or (what's the word, relation?) , learn more about the creation of our universe by thinking in ways or similar to that of a plant ?

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Light blue channel molded blossoms sprout during the time in territories with mellow winters however sprouts heaviest from spring through fall. Plant in full sun to light shade with very much depleted soil and intermittent water - endures soils with antacid conditions well and will develop in heavier mud soil insofar as it depletes and isn't over watered. It is tough to 15 to 20 degrees F and can resprout if tops stop back; it is additionally normally developed as a yearly in colder territories. It is tolerant of close waterfront conditions. Trim back plants in pre-spring to keep from getting excessively woody and, making it impossible to look after size. Extraordinary plant for a little ground cover or to fill in holes between different plants and to use in compartment plantings and hanging bushels where it can overflow an edge. This plant is local to waterfront regions underneath 1000 feet in rise of Algeria and Morocco in northwestern Africa yet additionally has disjunct populaces in Spain and Italy. The name of the family given by Linnaeus originates from the Latin word 'convolvere' a verb importance to "roll together" or "to wrap" and is in reference to the vining climbing and covering nature of plants in the sort. The particular appellation originates from an area in Italy Vada Sabatia where the plant was first depicted by Italian botanist and naturalist Domenico Viviani (1772– 1840) in 1824. This plant was for some time known as Convolvulus mauritanicus, which was portrayed from North Africa yet is currently viewed as an equivalent word.

A evergreen shrub is a wonderful garden addition, with cup-shaped, white flowers that have pale yellow centres from late spring to summer. An asset to any garden, this plant with its shiny, silvery foliage, as well as its flowers will be happiest in a hot, sunny border with well drain soil. Foliage contrasts well with blues and purples, and it also looks stunning cascading over a wall. Great grown in a container where it can be admired all winter. Supplied in 1 litre containers.

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This plant is a nice ornamental flowering plant as it doesn't require that much care but brings plenty of showy attractive flowers. This plant is excellent in rock gardening. Also the plant is not an invasive one.

This is a great plat for the dry garden border, use it as a filler, or plant it as a low border. You can also grow the Silver Bush in a container where it adds low maintenance colour.


Flowers of Blue rock bindweed (Convolvulus sabatius) are light-blue, purple-blue, lavender-blue in color with white and then yellow at center. They are exactly similar to the typical morning glory flowers, but smaller in size (3cm in diameter). Funnel shaped flowers are very beautiful. Throughout the year the plant brings plenty of showy flowers. Flowers born from the axil of stem and leaf of the plant.

Care
Once established this is remarkably low care plant. Best in full sun it will grow well in containers and hanging baskets as well.

Although it will tolerate dry soils, it performs at its best in a humus rich soil.

Dig a little compost through the soil. plant and water in with a liquid seaweed fertiliser. A little additional water through the first summer will assist with establishment.

https://www.nurseriesonline.com.au/plant-index/perennial-plants/convolvulus-cneorum/

http://icflora.blogspot.com/2017/12/blue-rock-bindweed-convolvulus-sabatius.html

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In 1883 it was known as 'Blue Rock Bindweed'. A beautiful trailing plant from N. Africa smothered with 1" wide lavender-blue flowers with white throats and yellow anthers. A lovely, continuously blooming basket and container plant. Little, fuzzy, dark green leaves line the neat masses of gracefully trailing stems. Well-drained soil.

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Blue rock bindweed (Convolvulus sabatius) is a fast growing perennial plant (annual in colder climate). This is a herbaceous trailing ground covering plant with woody base. The stem and leafs are hairy. Leafs are small, oval shaped with narrow tip, and arranged alternately.

http://icflora.blogspot.com/2017/12/blue-rock-bindweed-convolvulus-sabatius.html

Care
Once established this is remarkably low care plant. Best in full sun it will grow well in containers and hanging baskets as well.

Although it will tolerate dry soils, it performs at its best in a humus rich soil.

Dig a little compost through the soil. plant and water in with a liquid seaweed fertiliser. A little additional water through the first summer will assist with establishment.

Pruning
You can prune the silver bush back in early spring as new growth commences. We suggest a hard pruning every 3 years and a little light pruning every year just after flowering.

With silvery green foliage and white flowers, Convolvulus cneorum lives up to its common name of Silver Bush.

This is an easy care ground cover plant, evergreen, drought tolerant and it forms a small shrub or ground cover plant. The flowers have a buttery yellow eye and the foliage remains attractive year round.

This is a great plat for the dry garden border, use it as a filler, or plant it as a low border. You can also grow the Silver Bush in a container where it adds low maintenance colour.

Summary
Botanical Name – Convolvulus cneorum
Common Names – Silver Bush.
Position – Full sun to Part shade.
Soil – Humus rich, moist, well drained.
Height – Will reach around .6 metres
Spread – Will spread to around .8 metre.
Growth rate – Medium.
Foliage – Silvery green.
Flowers – White.
Flowering period – Summer to Autumn
Drought tolerant – Yes once established.
Frost tolerant – Yes.

https://www.nurseriesonline.com.au/plant-index/perennial-plants/convolvulus-cneorum/

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Convolvulus sabatius (Ground Morning Glory) - A trailing groundcover with a woody base and herbaceous stems that once in a while comes to up to 1 foot tall and for the most part embraces the ground and spreads 3 feet in width or better with delicate green adjusted 1/2 inch long clears out. Light blue channel molded blossoms sprout during the time in territories with mellow winters however sprouts heaviest from spring through fall. Plant in full sun to light shade with very much depleted soil and intermittent water - endures soils with antacid conditions well and will develop in heavier mud soil insofar as it depletes and isn't over watered. It is tough to 15 to 20 degrees F and can resprout if tops stop back; it is additionally normally developed as a yearly in colder territories. It is tolerant of close waterfront conditions. Trim back plants in pre-spring to keep from getting excessively woody and, making it impossible to look after size. Extraordinary plant for a little ground cover or to fill in holes between different plants and to use in compartment plantings and hanging bushels where it can overflow an edge. This plant is local to waterfront regions underneath 1000 feet in rise of Algeria and Morocco in northwestern Africa yet additionally has disjunct populaces in Spain and Italy. The name of the family given by Linnaeus originates from the Latin word 'convolvere' a verb importance to "roll together" or "to wrap" and is in reference to the vining climbing and covering nature of plants in the sort. The particular appellation originates from an area in Italy Vada Sabatia where the plant was first depicted by Italian botanist and naturalist Domenico Viviani (1772– 1840) in 1824. This plant was for some time known as Convolvulus mauritanicus, which was portrayed from North Africa yet is currently viewed as an equivalent word. It is additionally ordinarily known as Blue Rock Bindweed or Mauritian bindweed. Both this plant and Convolvulus cneorum were champs of the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit in 1993 and we have developed it since 1984.

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Convolvulus sabatius
blue rock bindweed

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Other common names
blue rock bindweed

Synonyms
Convolvulus mauritanicus
Convolvulus sabatius subsp. mauritanicus

Family
Convolvulaceae

Genus
Convolvulus can be annuals, perennials or shrubs, erect or scrambling, with simple or palmately divided leaves and solitary or clustered, open funnel-shaped flowers

Details
C. sabatius is a trailing, woody-based perennial forming a mat to 20cm in height, with small, oval leaves and widely funnel-shaped, purplish-blue flowers 2cm in width

Plant range
Italy, N Africa

Silver Bush

https://www.rhs.org.uk/Plants/30591/Convolvulus-sabatius/Details

Blue rock bindweed

Common Name: Blue rock bindweed
Genus: Convolvulus
Species: sabatius
Skill Level: Experienced
Exposure: Full sun
Hardiness: Half Hardy
Soil type: Well-drained/light, Acidic, Chalky/alkaline, Dry
Height: 15cm
Spread: 50cm
Time to plant seeds: March to May
Flowering period: July to October

Also known as C. mauritanicus, this tender rock bindweed is a native of north Africa and a popular trailing subject (strictly, prostrate climbing) for warm sunny positions. It has become a familiar ingredient of hanging baskets and containers, but was grown in the past as a summer subject for rock gardens, where the stems could bake on the stones and root wherever they touched the soil. By late summer the bushy plants are smothered in clear, soft blue trumpets. The Royal Horticultural Society has given it its Award of Garden Merit (AGM).

http://www.bbc.co.uk/gardening/plants/plant_finder/plant_pages/212.shtml

ammm i think Blue Rock Bindweed can fit very good for my garden

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Blue rock bindweed

Convolvulus sabatius
''Convolvulus sabatius'', the ground blue-convolvulus or blue rock bindweed, is a species of flowering plant in the family Convolvulaceae, native to Italy and North Africa, and often seen in cultivation.

It is a woody-stemmed trailing perennial plant, growing to 20 cm in height. It has slightly hairy leaves and light blue to violet flowers, often with a lighter centre, which are 2.5–5 cm in diameter.

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The Latin specific epithet ''sabatius'' refers to the Savona region of Italy.

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Thank you for your good suggestion.
This pictures lot of beauty.

Silver bush and blue rock both plants are good. Blue rock has many flowers which gives it a amazing look. and silver bush white flowers are also very beautiful. Good plants for home.

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Convolvulus sabatius, commonly known as Blue Rock Bindweed, Mauritian bindweed or Ground Morning Glory, is native to parts of Spain and Italy and parts of North Africa. Convolvulus sabatius is synonymous with Convolvulus mauritanicus.

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The etymological root of the binomial name Convolvulus is derived from the Latin convolvere meaning ‘ to coil or twist’, in reference to twining climbing habit of a umber of this genus. Sabatius is named after the region Vada Sabatia in Italy where this species was first described.
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pretty shurb with beautyful flower with attractive coulr this herb enhance the beauty of garden

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Wow my dear friend awesome photography and excellent flower. I love this type flower very much but this flower not available in mycountry

This is wow amazing & beautiful garden. its really work
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Wow so very beautiful garden, thanks for sharing.really nice for Silver Bush and Blue Rock Bindweed flowers.....
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Wonderful post sir. This flowers are so beautiful.

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