Early Call has huge showy blossoms a full 4 inches across. The luminous flowers unfurl anew each morning to greet you in a watercolor wash of pink, magenta, pearly white, chocolate, lavender and sky-blue, many encircled with a dainty white edging. They bloom continuously from midsummer atop strong climbing vines with captivating fleur-de-lis shaped leaves. Approx.22 seeds/pack. Mature height 6-8 feet.
ANNUAL VINE: Summer/fall bloom, Frost tender.
This free-blooming American heirloom has twining vines with heart-shaped foliage that quickly form a romantic leafy canopy. Grandpa Ott’s velvety, intensely purple flowers are subtly accented with a wine-red star and make a vivid garden display. These seeds have been lovingly tended for years by Grandpa Ott’s family and the Seed Savers Exchange. Very early to bloom, the vigorous vines blossom with glorious abandon throughout the season. The trumpet-shaped flowers ..
Show stopping heavenly Sky Blue flowers. This variety starts to blooms soon after vines begin to climb. Heavenly Blue is the one morning glory variety that everyone knows and admires most. By the way, look no farther than Heavenly Blue for the largest flowers of the morning glory tribe.
How To Grow
Soak seed overnight before sowing directly in the garden in mid to late May, 6 mm (1/4") deep and 7.5 cm (3") apart. Thin to 15 cm (6") apart when the vines are..
(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.
Renee's EXCLUSIVE - Our heirloom blend combines flowers of deep, rich Heavenly Blue and Pearly Gates white that open fresh each morning. Although each individual bloom lasts only one day, new flowers unfurl continuously and buds continue opening over a week in a vase. Seeds like these were carried across the prairies by pioneer families, transplanting a bit of home to far-flung homesteads. Traditionally, these old-fashioned climbing vines with heart shaped leaves and glow..
No romantic evening garden would be complete without the luminous, iridescent huge trumpets of white Moonflower, the fragrant Southern belle of climbing vines. These vigorous vines with their large, bright green heart shaped leaves make a dense canopy that will cloak a fence or sturdy trellis. At dusk, the opalescent buds unfurl in slow motion while you watch, releasing their haunting perfume as they swirl and flare wide open to show delicate throats creased with a creamy star. A..
An heirloom variety not available for a long time, Sunrise Serenade is back and you'll want it for your garden. Double ruffled 1-3" ruby red flowers with white centers stay open longer than other Morning Glories. Heart-shaped leaves are an added attraction for this plant that's at home in containers or on a trellis.