Common Morning Glory

Ipomea tricolor/purpurea of the bind-weed family is annual and originally from the environs of the Mediterranean and also South America. It is a binding plant and is suitable as a potted plant indoors but also in green-houses and sheltered places outdoors, up to 5 meters tall. Support is necessary.

SOWING: Sow indoors in March-April 1,5 cm deep. C.M.G. cannot tolerate frost.

SEEDS: 1 g contains about 30 seeds.

President Tyler, organic seeds
The earliest morning glory we have been able to find. It grows vigorously with great violet flowers (5-8 cm) whith dark stars and white funnels. President Tyler is an old sort from USA. One portion yi...

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Sunrise Serenade
Ipomea purpurea is uncommon and double-flowering and blooms for more than one day. The flowers are ruby-red and produce a half-double, somewhat frayed impression. Sunrise serenade is an old sort which...

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Heavenly Blue
Has sky blue flowers, the common Morning Glory. One portion yields about 30 seedlings.

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Star of Yelta, organic seeds
I. purpurea, has purple blossoms. One portion yields about 30 seedlings.

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Cardinal Climber
Has small, 2-3 cm, clear red trumpet flowers on long climbers with very beautiful deep cut leaves. One portion yields about 30 seedlings.

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