Native to the Mediterranean region, Convolvulus cneorum (Shrubby Bindweed) is a small, spreading, evergreen shrub noted for its attractive silky, silvery-green foliage and large morning-glory-like flowers. Blooming from late spring through summer, it grows in a dense, flattened mound of narrowly oblong leaves, covered with extremely fine hairs, which remain attractive throughout the growing Hardiness: What's My Zone?
Grow Convolvulus cneorum in well-drained soil in full sun, ideally in a rockery or similar situation. Prune hard annually to maintain bushy growth down to the ground.
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Sep 14, Silverbush Plant (Convolvulus cneorum) - Morphological Elements. Silverbush plant is a xerophyte perennial, evergreen compact subshrub with spreading shoots and shape round or flattened hemispherical. Its canopy is dense and symmetrical with an irregular outline.
During the flowering period, the entire plant is literally lost under the crowd of Estimated Reading Time: 8 mins. Convolvulus cneorum (Bush Morning Glory) - A fast growing evergreen shrub that forms a rounded 2 to 3 foot tall by 3 to 5 foot wide mound with 1 to 2 inch long silvery-green lance-shaped leaves.
White pentagon funnel-shaped flowers, 1 1/2 to 2 inches wide, with yellow centers bloom from pink buds in the late spring through early fall on loose. 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 Available Colors: White.
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 Other common names shrubby bindweed. Perfect for white or silver themed gardens, borders, containers and coastal areas.
Thrives in a sunny position in moist, well drained soil. Tolerant of light shade and dry periods, once established. Lightly pruning to remove spent flowers as this will prolong flowering. Convolvulus cneorum will grow to a height of 40cm and a width of 60cm. Advice on pruning Convolvulus cneorum: Grows on You.
By Maggie_mk. Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom. Advice on pruning Convolvulus cneorum, please. On plant Convolvulus cneorum. 1. April in Problem solving. Hello everyone, so I have a Convolvulus that I pruned quite hard last year and it came back with a vengeance. This time it’s bigger than before so I’m wondering if I can prove it quite hard again? I didn’t decide to prune until now as we’ve had some strong winds here.