Stunning climber! Black-Eyed Susan's flowers with a striking center eye seem to gaze on the rest of the garden. Shades of yellow, cream, and white brighten your fence or trellis. Try it in hanging baskets and window boxes.
How To Grow
Soak seed overnight in room temperature water then sow seeds in Jiffy 7’s - keep at 24 C (75 F) for the 14 day germination period. Grow on under lights at a cooler temperature of 20 C (70 F) before hardening off and transplant..
An extremely attractive climbing vine. The flowers are similiar in structure to morning glories but this specie produces many smaller, bright crimson-red, white-throated flowers that typically face up and out from the foliage. Makes for a pretty picture as it climbs on fences and arbours - where it can often reach over 3 m (10') in height! The flowers are quite attractive to hummingbirds.
How To Grow
Sow directly in the garden late May about 6 mm (1/4") deep. We sugge..
Flying Saucer is a quick grower. Vines of heart-shaped leaves with unique blossoms of purple with white stripes growing out of your window box make for the perfect summer morning.
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 7.5 cm (3") tall. Morning Glories don’t transplant well so there is no real advantage to starting seed..
Grandpa Ott is a gorgeous heirloom variety, rich in velvety purple shades with a bright rose star and pink throat.
Vigorous vines climb delicately to create a canopy to cover a fence or trellis.
The trumpet-shaped flowers attract hummingbirds.
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.
Moonflower has fragrant, giant white flowers opening in the evening and lasting until morning. Plant near a window or porch to enjoy the evening performance. Grows well on a trellis, arbor or fence. Moonflower is an attractive, vigorous vine, that can reach 20'.
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.
This runner bean should be grown for the flowers! Once you grow it, you will want more and more. It produces clusters of gorgeous peach-pink blooms. The flowers will then produce an abundant crop of delicious beans that can be eaten raw or cooked or freeze, can or dry them. Eat beans when young or keep for drying.
A gorgeous combination of dark green leaves and burgundy vines and buds sets this wonderful variety apart from the crowd. An attaractive alternative for traditional spinach in your summer garden.
Malabar spinach (Basella ruba) is actually not spinach at all. It's not even related! Well, OK, it's distantly related, but it doesn't taste much like spinach at all. When it's raw Malabar spinach has very fleshy, thick leaves that are juicy and crisp with tastes of citrus and pepper...