(Ipomoea nil) Vigorous climber with heart-shaped foliage scrambles over fences, gazebos, or outbuildings. We are so excited to offer this lovely, deep-blue Kikyozaki variety with stunning star-shaped blooms that carry a thin white picotee (edging). Contains 10 heirloom seeds
(Ipomoea x multifida) Beautiful small bright red flowers, the vines have lovely foliage, long vines are excellent for ornamental covering. Hummingbirds love them! Contains 35 heirloom seeds
(Ipomoea purpurea) A truly stunning mixed of two types of flowers. They come white with rose-pink or with purple-blue stripes! Amazing looking and sure to be the highlight of any garden. A hard to find variety from Europe. Contains 35 heirloom seeds
Large, 2- to 4-in., trumpet-shaped white blooms are liberally striped with pink and blue. Reaches 5 ft. in height. Does best in full sun. Direct sow after last frost. If the current shipping season is closed, your order will ship at the proper time in the next season
(Ipomoea nil) The Japanese started selecting morning glories in the 9th century, and this selection is one of their most stunning. Huge, 5-6 inch blooms are in the loveliest creamy, chocolate-pink color. Large plants produce loads of these beauties that are so rare and unique. Imperial Japanese morning glories were quite popular in America during Victorian times, and we plan to make them popular here once again. Contains 10 heirloom seeds
Lovely, 4-inch pale-blue flowers; this heirloom dates to the 1920s. Produces long 12-foot vines and flowers the full season. Contains 35 heirloom seeds
Beautiful, deep rose color, with white throats, marked with a deep red star running though them. Stunning. Contains 35 heirloom seeds
(Ipomoea purpurea) A new variety of this well-known and easy-to-grow climber has eye-catching clear blue flowers with a darker purple-blue star. This stunning variety is early to bloom and is sure to stand out on any garden fence. Contains 35 heirloom seeds
A wonderful mix of beautiful colors. All the flowers on these dwarf vines are edged in white. Colorful and unique! Contains 35 heirloom seeds
(Ipomoea purpurea) Gorgeous burgundy-colored flowers make an electrifying contrast with the dark-green, angular, lobed leaves. Vigorous vines bloom all summer until frost. You’ll love this easy to grow and stunning variety. Contains 35 heirloom seeds
Huge 6-inch blooms are pure white with bright blue stripes! Too beautiful to describe; very spectacular looking. One of our favorite varieties. Introduced in 1960. Contains 35 heirloom seeds
Small, deep-purple blooms, with a bright red star in their throats; very colorful and unique. This Bavarian heirloom was one of the original varieties that gave the Whealys the idea to start Seed Savers Exchange. We were really impressed by its beauty. Contains 35 heirloom seeds
(85-95 days) Classic variety with rich deep-purple blooms and glowing pink throats. Brought to the U.S. from Bavaria by Diane Whealy's (of Seed Savers Exchange) grandfather John Ott
(Ipomoea purpurea) A lovely mixture of many delightful shades of blue, from creamy pale blue to almost as dark as night. These also have attractive star-like markings. A must for the cottage garden and perfect for any fence or trellis that needs to be covered in pure beauty. Contains 35 heirloom seeds
Large, 4-6", trumpets of sky blue with creamy white throats. Attractive heart-shaped foliage. Ht. 120-180". Avg. 800 seeds/oz. Packet: 50 seeds.
(80-90 days) Brightens up the morning with "heavenly" delicate blooms and attractive heart-shaped leaves.
A vigorous and free-flowering Morning Glory, producing spectacular light blue blooms, each enhanced by an exquisite, deep violet, five pointed star shooting out from its central white throat. Germination: 7-30 days, 70-85F. Well-drained soil. Climber to 6-8ft.
New! (Ipomoea tricolor) Baby blue flowers to 4 inches across are marked with a royal blue star. Vigorous vines to 12 feet. Contains 35 seeds heirloom seeds
(Ipomoea nil) Kikyozaki morning glories are popular in Japan, and this is a cool mix of many colors. These are star-shaped and many will be semi-double. Fantastic looking and much sought after, this is a true botanic treasure that we are proud to offer. Contains 10 heirloom seeds
(Ipomoea purpurea) This mixture is loaded with many pretty shades of red and pink, from crimson to rose, and even cotton candy-colored blooms that make this selection a favorite in the best gardens of Europe and now America. I love morning glories, and pink shades are always a favorite. Contains 35 heirloom seeds
New! (Ipomoea tricolor) Elegant and stylish, with chaste white trumpets, each bearing a maroon star. Flowers reach three inches across, vines trailing to 12 feet or so. Contains 35 seeds heirloom seeds
Long, vigorous vines grow to 20’; giant fragrant white “Glory”- type flowers. Excellent for planting in night gardens. Contains 20 heirloom seeds
New! (Ipomoea nil) This extra large flowered variety makes a compact, almost shrub-like plant when grown without support, otherwise climbing to 3-4 feet. Ours is a clear bright pink. Truly delightful and stunning. Contains 35 seeds heirloom seeds
Every shade of pink, blue, or both decorates these large white blooms, which unfurl like old-fashioned parasols all over strong climbing vines! Carnival
Every shade of bloom from shell-pink to garnet-red can be found in this lovely mix from Holland. A vigorous grower with more flowers than you'll believe possible, La Vie en Rose offers bold color for fences, trellises, large hanging baskets, and more.The blooms continue for up to 5 months on super-easy plants! Expect this vine to reach 5 to 6 feet long, trailing from baskets, spilling over walls, and threading through fences. It's great for the arbor or trellis, too! Pkt is 20 seeds.
A very different Morning Glory, Minibar Rose produces both lovely flowers and distinctive foliage. ITs blooms are rosy-crimson with a white throat and occasionally a star pattern or even a picotee--they arise abundantly all over this dense, eager-to-grow trailing vine. The foliage is very attractive, resembling miniature ivy with small, heart-shaped green-and-white leaves. The smaller proportions and attractive combination of bloom and leaf make this Morning Glory the best choice for baskets, or to tumble over walls in a mass planting. Striking and distinctive!Morning Glory is a breeze to direct-sow, but if you want even earlier blooms, start the seeds…
(Ipomoea purpurea) A showy mix of most of he colors available in Morning Glories. Vines grow very quickly, engulfing unsightly fences or anything else that they can scramble over. Plant masses of this selection for a riot of color!
The most magnificent red Morning Glory we have ever had the delight to grow, and one that always draws gasps and stares from visitors to the trial gardens! Scarlet O'Hara's blooms are a full 4 inches across, deeply colored and with a velvety texture that adds depth to their rich display. They arise in abundance in summer and fall, opening in the morning and tightly closed again by late afternoon. This vine is particularly vigorous and fast-growing--it's the one you want to quickly cover that ugly chain-link fence, show off to the neighbors on the mailbox, or climb the patio…
You won't believe how easy it is to design, plant, and grow your Morning Glories with this fantastic new "tape"! The seeds (of 4 popular varieties, giving you all the glorious Morning Glory colors and looks!) are pre-set between two pieces of tissue paper. Just lay the paper onto your soil, cover with a thin layer (¼ to ½ inch) of soil, water well, and before you know it, strong shoots will be pushing up through the soil!Here's exactly what you get (2 7½-foot strips of each variety, for a total of 8 strips):Crimson Rambler -- White-throated red flowers on…
What a delightful new take on Morning Glory! The old favorite has a fresh new update withwhich gives the rounded blooms a new star-shaped silhouette and an entirely different presentation on the vine. You MUST try Split Personality this season!This vining annual can be grown as a groundcover or a climber, quickly spreading 4 to 6 feet long and trailing blooms every inch of the way! the flowers are 2 inches wide, with 5 bright magenta-red petals surrounding a white center. But how very different they look from otherThere's never been anything like it!Like all Morning Glories, Split Personality thrives…
Magnificent! That's the only word for this heirloom Morning Glory, with masses of rich purple blooms (each bearing a bright pink star and tiny white central dot!) from summer till fall! Unlike most Morning Glories, Star of Yelta's blooms remain open during much of the day. Perhaps it should be called All-Day Glory instead, for that's what you'll get from this super-easy vine!Reaching 8 to 10 feet tall, Star of Yelta is perfect for fences, walls, mailboxes, lampposts, unsightly tree stumps, and good old trellises and arbors! It can either climb or ramble across the ground, with fresh foliage as…
SECTION: Flowers, Morning Glory, Ipomea spp Showy flowers are funnel shaped and bright blue. Annual 6-12 foot climbing vines that grow in any soil. Heart shaped leaves provide summer shade, screen unsightly areas, make fences and banks come alive. One packet will plant 50 sq ft when using 6-8" spacing in the bed. (Select Cultural Info/Seed Codes in red top bar for more details about codes below) EA CULTURE: HA/Spacing 6-8" DAYS TO MAT: 110 SEEDS PER PACKET: 70 SOURCE CODE: C PACKET LABEL INSTRUCTIONS: Annual. The hard seed should be soaked overnight or notched with a knife or file.…
'Heavenly Blue' is the variety most people picture when they think of Morning Glories. Intensely blue and very abundant, the soft blooms bedazzle wherever they arise, offering soft color on a vigorous, dense, carefree vine. The cheery white eye adds to the appeal of these blooms, which swirl open in the morning and then close again in afternoon. Perfect for covering unsightly buildings, tumbling over fences, or decorating any vertical garden structure from the mailbox to the lamppost, 'Heavenly Blue' blooms over a very long summer and fall season and is pest free.Morning Glory is a breeze to direct-sow, but…
I. tricolor We give this one two thumbs up for its must-see-to-believe flower color. A photo cannot do justice to the beauty of Heavenly Blue. A showy climber with 4-5 inch sky blue flowers shading to creamy white throats. Plants climb to 15 feet and are one of the best annual vines we've seen. Flowers open in the morning and fade in the afternoon. Germination code: (4) Morning Glory is a large family incorporating about 50 genera and 1200 species. Most of them are twining herbs.
The best double-flowered Morning Glory we have ever seen, Split Second is a big, full, Peony-like bloom of rosy pink that looks nothing like its single cousins. This is the most exciting breakthrough in Morning Glories in a long time, and we're delighted to be able to offer it to you this season!Split Second flowers heavily from early summer until frost, thriving in blazing sun and any well-drained soil (but especially those on the dry side). The blooms are huge, very full, and delightfully twisted, with no two just alike. If you're looking for a vine with a beautiful difference,…
Ipomoea nil It will take less than a split second to be swept off your feet by these absolutely ravishing blooms! Unlike the typical, single flowered morning glories, Split Second has unique, full, ruffled blossoms in a wash of shades from powder puff to lipstick pink. Twining vines grow quickly to 6 feet, and flaunt loads of their sensational flowers throughout the summer until frost. Give Split Second a fence, railing, or arbor to climb, or plant in containers where it can spill over the edges for a thrilling effect.
New! (Ipomoea tricolor) Trumpet-like flowers of purest white, with a soft lemon-yellow at the throat. Robust, large vines that revel in summer heat. An old favorite, offered since at least the 1950’s, and still one of the best Contains 35 seeds heirloom seeds
Vigorous vines are covered with 2-3" flowers bearing a white throat, deep maroon star, and velvety purple corolla. Resembles Star of Yalta or Grandpa Ott's, but blooms weeks earlier. Stock seed supplied by the Medomak Valley Heirloom Seed Project in Waldoboro, Maine. Ht. 72-96". Avg. 1,250 seeds/oz. Packet: 50 seeds.
(Ipomoea nil) This stunning Japanese Kikyozaki variety offers a whole new dimension. Imagine star-shaped morning glories in shades of carmine-red and trimmed in creamy white. The lovely vines also have heart-shaped leaves. A must for those who like unique beauty. We were so excited to find seed for several of these priceless Japanese selections. Contains 10 heirloom seeds
(Ipomoea quamoclit) Here is a stunning new variety with lovely pink, star-shaped flowers, that are so unique! The vines have feathery, cut-leaf foliage that is quite beautiful. This excellent variety is hard to find. Contains 35 heirloom seeds
A beautiful rose-and-red heirloom, the vines produce loads of large blooms. Perfect to grow on a fence or trellis. Contains 35 heirloom seeds
Usually direct-seeded one to two weeks before last frost date in the spring. Soaking seeds until they swell, or nicking the hard seed-coat with a file, will speed germination. Grow in ordinary garden soil, provide support for the rambling vines, and expect flowers all summer.
Our most asked-for flower in our 2008 trial gardens. A few vines covered the arbor over our garden gate. The flowers are so unique and stunning; it’s true, double morning glories! They are fully double and uniquely shaped, plus they come in the most lovely shades of ruby-rose. This historic heirloom has long been out of catalogs due to the introduction of modern varieties, but this variety proves that some things can’t be improved on! Contains 25 heirloom seeds
Our melons grew across each other and we ant to be sure we have Ginger Pride correctly identified. Ours are heavily netted and huge. Dark green at the point (around 80 days from sprouting) Some of the photos of GP are round and less netted. We need help in identification.