Someone on here commented about digging up a stray plant, though they didn't know what it was at the time, and getting a Moonflower. Yep, I found them on one of my nocturnal pilgrimages one night years ago. I went back in the day time and ask what they were and I've loved them since. You don't notice them during the day, they only bloom at night. HUGE white luminescent blooms of magical lightness. The flower and plant resembles a Morning Glory, but, so much bigger. And they are a bush, not a vine. I planted seeds around the house, near the tipsy pots. The soil isn't great there, but, seven seeds came up. They, luckily, came up spaced just right and the Moonflower bushes will cover a large area. Moonflowers are a perennial, but, only because they re-seed themselves. I'm with ya, buddy..Moonflowers are the most amazing thing and the best addition to a night garden ever. You can see blooming ones HERE. And I can't wait to take my own pictures.