Flowers range from the palest sky blue to the deepest midnight violet. This glorious mixture brings on the blues, in a very good way. Each beautiful trumpet found in Hazelwood Blues is marked with a highly ornamental star. Throats of flowers glow pink or pure white. Robust twining, heat loving vines quickly climb to 5-7 ft. tall. Train Hazelwood Blues morning glory on posts, trellises, fences, or arbors.
Growing Hazelwood Blues Morning Glory Seeds
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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