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2020 Seed Catalog

Morning Glory Seeds

Ipomoea spp.

How to plant Morning Glory seeds

13 Morning Glories

The trumpet-shaped flowers of morning glories appear in a wide range of colors including red, white, blue, pink, purple and bicolors. Beautiful, vigorous, twining, heat-loving vines to train on your posts, trellises, fences, or arbors.

Morning Glory seeds cannot ship to AZ, MI, or PR.

Venice Series

Ipomoea purpurea

White flowers display unique, variable patterns of splashes and stripes. Vigorous 6 to 8 ft. tall vines bloom continuously from mid-summer to frost.

Time-lapse video of morning glory flowers opening and closing and vines twining.

How to Plant and Grow Morning Glory

Bee introduces how to plant

Sow Morning Glory: Nick the pointed end of the morning glory seed with a nail clipper or knife. After nicking, seeds can optionally be soaked in water up to 12 hours. Then, sow in 2 in. pots or cell packs, cover with ¼ in. of soil. Kept at 70°F., seeds germinate in 7-21 days. Morning glory seed can be direct sown after all danger of frost, 6-8 seeds per foot. Thin seedlings to 12 in. apart.

Grow Morning Glory: Grow in full sun. Morning glory vines need good drainage, tolerate drought and poor soil. Blooming is heavier and growth is faster with regular water. Avoid overwatering and nitrogen-rich soils which produce more leaves and few flowers. Rarely bothered by pests or disease. Flowers from midsummer until frost. Hummingbirds love trumpet-shaped morning glory flowers.

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