The Moonflower is a peculiar vine plant that will add some allure the garden. They have a bloom time that is around when other flowers usually start to close their buds—in the evening or on cloudy days. Ironically, during the day time, the plant itself loves the sunshine, so give it warmth and it will reward you with flowers later on!
The Moonflower is drought-resistant, heat-resistant, and even deer-resistant. Just be sure to plant them when the frost has left the ground and give the Moonflower only moderate watering.
When planting, be aware that the seeds are poisonous.
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