Blue Morning Glory

A climbing vine, the seeds of which—used in traditional Chinese medicine—are anti-inflammatory, cathartic, diuretic, and expectorant; it is used for constipation, edema, parasitosis, and SOB
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In 1938, she painted Ram's Head, Blue Morning Glory, inspired by the culture of New Mexico.
Today, perennial blue morning glory races with 'Handel' roses up the walls of the house.