Japanese Morning Glories can be ipomoea nil or ipomoea purpurea and come in many colors. See the picture below for some comparisons of some of my favorite colors. I think they are amazing because the patterns are so varied. The blooms sport blizzard, shibori, solid, ray white, margined and speckled patterns to name only a few! Now we haven’t even got started talking about colors which are pinks,reds,purples and blues with many shades and tones. Yellow would be quite rare and I have seen some very light cream colored ones that were not quite convincing enough for me to call them yellow.
1A: purple speckled 2B: Dusky purple intense gene speckled pale cream background 3C: Dusky purple speckled intense gene cream yellowish background 4D: Blue speckled
5E: purple blizzard 6F: dusky light purple blizzard 7G: dusky purple speckled 8H: dusky purple speckled intense gene yellowish background 9I: chocolate mg,pr speckled
Row 3 :
10J: purple white ray 11K: Dusky purple intense gene 12L: chocolate mg,pr, dusky rayed white margin 13M: Chocolate.dusky mg,white margin