Evolvulus glomeratus is a shrub and is also known as Brazilian dwarf morning glory, Blue Daze, Hawaiian Blue Eyes. It needs full sun and a well drained soil. Do not over water let the soil dry in between watering. Each flowers lasts for a day. The flowers open in the morning and close by afternoon. Evolvulus glomeratus is native to Brazil and Paraguay. Bloom color is blue and bloom time is throughout the year. This plant can be propogated by stem cuttings, Seeds and by layering. Can be used in hanging baskets where full sun is available. Cascading down a wall, Border, edging. Flowers is reduced in partial shade. This is a fast growing plant and requires very low maintenance. Blue Daze is susceptible to fungus diseases during rainy season. The soil needs to be well-drained to help prevent root rot.
University of Florida Evolvulus glomeratus