The common morning glory is often the first flowering vine that gardeners become familiar with. The brightly colored trumpet-shaped flowers of the common morning glory have a slight fragrance and are popular with butterflies and hummingbirds. The buds are twirled up tightly and unfold when the sun hits them in the morning, giving them their unique name. The eye-catching vines are very low maintenance as you don’t need to prune or deadhead them as they grow. Have a trellis or other support in place wherever you plant your morning glory and the vines will soon find the support and train themselves to grow on it.