Ipomoea alba, or tropical white morning-glory or moon flower or moon vine, is a night-bloomer. It is native to subtropical regions of the Americas.
Ipomoea alba thrives in partial shade and poor, dry soils, and requires little care and attention.
Best propagation is by seed, which should be nicked with a nail-file and soaked overnight before planting for fast germination but left alone it will easily germinate though not as fast.
It is generous and showy with it’s blooms and the scent is lovely on a fine evening.
Excellent climber for verandah’s or arches as it will climb down as well as up.