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Morning glories are showy, trumpet-shaped flowers which appear in a wide range of colors including, red, white, blue, pink, purple and bicolors. The vigorous, twining, heat-loving vines are beautiful trained on posts, trellises, fences or arbors.
Dwarf morning glories are excellent in containers and hanging baskets. All of our morning glories will flower midsummer until frost.
Morning Glory seeds cannot be shipped to AZ, MI, or PR.
Each trumpet shaped flower has a uniquely variable pattern of bicolor splashes and stripes, making for a festive color explosion on vigorous 6 to 8 foot vines. Flowers mid-summer into fall. Try planting both Venice Blue and Venice Pink together for a truly carnival-worthy display.
A Fleuroselect Approved Novelty. Raspberry pink stripes on white flowers with white throats.
A Fleuroselect Approved Novelty. Violet blue stripes on white trumpets with rosy throats.
Fast growing yet relatively compact 5 to 6 foot vines are quickly covered in 4 inch periwinkle blue open trumpets with dainty white picotee edges. Without support these short vines become a colorful ground cover. One of the best morning glories for hanging baskets. Faster to bloom than the 'Early Call' series.
Flowers ranging from the palest sky blue to the deepest midnight violet, this glorious mixture will surely give you the blues, but in a very good way! These beautiful trumpets all have dark star markings and glowing pink or pure white throats. Robust vines quickly climb 5 to 7 feet.
This delightful mix includes just about every shade of rose, from the softest baby pink to deep rosy crimson, each trumpet flowers with darker stars and bright white throats. Grows 5 to 7 feet.
Satisfy your dark side and your light side with these bewitching trumpet flowers in a duo of the darkest midnight blue with glowing purple centers and pure moonlight white. 5 to 7 foot vines.
Huge, rose-chocolate blooms with white edges; the handsome foliage is variegated in creamy white. Grows 6-8 feet tall.
'Crimson Rambler' morning glory flowers are cherry-colored, with white-throats. Hummingbirds find them irresistible! Plant 'Crimson Rambler' where you will have a great view of your happy hummingbirds! Vigorous growth to 12 feet tall.
'Grandpa Ott' morning glory is a gorgeous, heirloom variety, once on the edge of extinction. Grandpa Ott morning glories feature large, rich, royal purple, velvety trumpet shaped flowers embedded with bright rose stars, and pink throats. Vigorous growth to 12 feet tall.
'Heavenly Blue' morning glories feature sky-blue flowers with white throats and are produced with great freedom on fast-growing, 12-foot tall vines. Introduced in 1931, it is still the most popular morning glory variety. Packet is 50 seeds. Jumbo packet is 1 ounce, about 700 seeds.
A showy combination of 2-2.5 inch flowers in shades of red, white, pink, lavender, and purple. Vigorous vines grow 8-10 feet tall.
Stunning, scarlet-red flowers with white throats. 'Scarlet O'hara' morning glories grow to 10-feet tall.
'Kikyo-Zaki Mix' is a rich mix of star-shaped flowers with white edges. Grows 5-6 feet tall.
Red flowers marked with white stars and edges. 'Rosita' morning glory is unique. Vigorous growth to 12 feet tall.
'Caprice' morning glory flowers are light blue with violet stars. Vigorous growth to 12 feet tall.
Handsome, Ivy-like leaves are solid green, or green marbled with cream. Flowers are 6 inches or more across, in shades of pink, rose, and violet, marked with contrasting stars. Vigorous vines grow to 12 feet tall.
'Blue Star' morning glory flowers are 5-inch, light blue trumpet-shaped blooms marked with a darker blue star. Grows to 15 feet tall.
Nick the pointed end of the morning glory seed with a knife or nail file. Then sow in 2 inch pots or cell packs and cover with ¼ inch of soil. Kept at 70° F., germination is in 7-21 days. Can be direct sown after all danger of frost, 6-8 seeds per foot. Thin to 12 inches apart.