Skyblue clustervine blooms profusely in winter
Skyblue clustervine is native to South Florida. The vine likes to grow in full sun or light shade and is part of the morning glory Convolvulaceae family. The beautiful blooms open in the morning and die by evening. The flowers are full of nectar and attract many pollinators. You can tell which bees have visited the skyblue clustervine because they will be covered in white pollen. The vine blooms year-round but more profusely in the winter months making it perfect for seasonal visitors. At the Bailey Homestead gardens, it grows as a ground cover and up a trellis. The many bright blue flowers and ease of growing make this vine a showstopper.