Morning Glory (Ipomoea Purpurea) seeds - two options - Purple (Ipomoea Purpurea Grandpa Ott's) and Mix (Glory mixed colors).
MORNING GLORY PLANTING GUIDE:
- Plant seeds outdoors after the last frost once the ground has warmed to about 64°F (18°C).
- Or start the seeds indoors about 4-6 weeks before the last frost in your area.
- Plant in moderately fertile, well-drained soil.
- Choose a site that is sheltered from strong, drying winds.
- Give them a fence, lattice, or trellis to climb.
- Seeds can be slightly chipped and soaked in warm water for 24 hours before planting for better results. Or soak seed in a half water and half hydrogen peroxide 24 hours before planting.
- Germination rates are improved by filing down the seeds just enough to break the coat, then soaking them for 24 hours before planting. This encourages them to send out a root (it looks like a little worm).
- Cover lightly with ¼-inch of soil. Space seeds about 6 inches apart.
- Water thoroughly at planting.
- Seedlings should appear in about 7-21 days.
Be careful as Morning glories have a tendency to heavily reseed if the seed pods are not removed after flowering. For best results only allow a select number of pods to ripen that you plan to harvest for seed.
Please note: The Arizona Department of Agriculture prohibits the sale of any plant in the genus of Ipomoea, which includes Morning Glory flower.
If you live in Arizona, please do not buy Morning Glory seeds.
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These took a while to come in, but after they arrived I planted them. Every seed grew. They are amazing and beautiful.
Lovely flowers, germinate well, grow quickly, sturdy
Too early to say how they will bloom, but so far, so good.
Seeds grow and are sprouting quickly.
They sprout fast and grow well. I would like to tell all that the seeds I got are very good.