Morning Glory: Letting Go

Morning Glory: Letting Go

Ipomoea and Convulvulus tricolor; Convulvulaceae. Morning Glory and Dwarf Morning Glory

A quick-change artist, Morning Glory signals a phase of completion, encouraging us to finish, detach, and move on. It prevents us from overworking projects, clinging to relationships, or wallowing in emotional puddles. Morning Glory helps us to view change with easy anticipation: seeds are always formed within a dying flower.

Flower color: purple, blue, and white;
Musical term: The lift of a bow stroke at the end of a phrase

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