As an annul plant we can propagate morning glory by seeds. Young seedlings hate being transplanted so the best option is to sow the seed directly in the flower bed. Or in a container where they can happily grow provided we support them with bamboo sticks or place the container next to some trellis or simply a bigger upright plant. All annual (and other) vines in order to grow quickly and bloom abundantly need to climb. Deprived of such possibility, they develop weak stems and almost forget to form flowers.
The sky-blue flowers of this morning glory cultivar look great if entwined with other vines, e.g. ornamental beans, sweat peas, common hop, clematis, etc. They add that desired blue shades to predominantly yellow and orange tones of autumnal gardens. The seeds may survive the winter but I would not count on that and make a good supply of fresh and vital seeds just in time to sow them the next spring. Just to feel like heaven when the time comes!