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  1. CAMEO ELEGANCE MORNING GLORY

    MORNING GLORY - CAMEO ELEGANCE

    Delightfully variegated leaves of light green and white and a relatively short, 3' vine for beginning bloom which will extend to a length of 10', distinguish this variety. Blooms are a brilliant rose-red with a prominent white throat. Cameo elegance is a better choice for container growing than other Ipomeas.?Soak or notch seeds before planting. ? 20 seeds Learn More
    $1.35

  2. MORNING GLORY - PATRIOT

    MORNING GLORY - PATRIOT

    Our own blend of red, white, and blue morning glories. Planted early enough, blooms should be showing by the fourth of July.?What better way of decorating for the opening summer holiday! Soak or notch seeds before planting. 20 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  3. CAPRICE MORNING GLORY

    MORNING GLORY - CAPRICE

    Caprice is characterized by an exceptionally long vine which can go up to 20'. The cool blue flowers open to a diameter of 2" and display a purple throat. It will produce hundreds of blooms over the summer and they remain open well into the afternoon.?Soak or notch seeds before planting.? 20 seeds Learn More
    $1.35

  4. GRANDPA OTTS MORNING GLORY

    MORNING GLORY - GRANDPA OTTS

    This legendary heirloom morning glory originated in Bavaria and was brought to the US by John Ott. The very vigorous vines grow to 15' in length and the exceptionally large blooms are a deep purple with a red star.?? Reseeds readily.Soak or notch seeds before planting. 20 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  5. PRESIDENT TYLER MORNING GLORY

    MORNING GLORY - PRESIDENT TYLER

    This is an old time Maine variety that was recovered by the Heirloom Seed Project at Medomak Valley High School. The color is that traditional deep, deep maroon with a white throat but President Tyler flowers weeks in advance of other morning glories on very vigorous vines. I remember planting my tender little seedlings in May, babying them along, watering every day, and now in September I wonder if I will be able to get the vines off the wall with a machete. Ipomea is a remarkable plant. Soak or notch seeds before planting. 20 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  6. BLUE STAR MORNING GLORY

    MORNING GLORY - BLUE STAR

    Ten to fifteen foot vines carry very large pale blue flowers, many over 4" across. On the interior of the bloom is a darker blue star. Soak or notch seeds before planting. 20 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  7. CHOCOLATE MORNING GLORY

    MORNING GLORY - CHOCOLATE

    A really unique color and the blooms are absolutely huge-perhaps the largest Ipomea that we have seen. The variegated foliage is also unusual. The color is a dusty rose, about as close to chocolate as you can get. Soak or notch seeds before planting. 20 seeds Learn More
    $1.95

  8. KNOWLIANS BLACK MORNING GLORY

    MORNING GLORY - KNOWLIANS BLACK

    The strong, long vines carry good sized blooms that are deep violet with a cerise star. A very dark morning glory. Soak or notch seeds before planting. 20 seeds Learn More
    $1.35

  9. MORNING GLORY - SPLIT PERSONALITY

    MORNING GLORY - SPLIT PERSONALITY

    This strong climber, to 7', has the new star shaped flower where each of the five petals is more clearly defined. The bright magenta pink flowers are creamy white throated. This unique morning glory is a Fleuro Select winner. 20 seeds Learn More
    $1.30

  10. SUNRISE SERENADE MORNING GLORY

    MORNING GLORY - SUNRISE SERENADE

    An unusual and lovely double morning glory. There are magenta blooms with a white center in abundance on dark green, heart shaped leaves. Grows to 6' length. Soak or notch seeds before planting. 20 seeds Learn More
    $1.95

  11. MORNING GLORY - WHITE MOONFLOWER

    MORNING GLORY - WHITE MOONFLOWER

    Ipomea Alba. Vines are exceptionally vigorous growing to a length of twenty feet. Large, fragrant, white flowers open only in the evening. This variety is also called Moon Vine. Soak or notch seeds before planting. ?20 seeds Learn More
    $1.35

  12. IPOMEA QUAMOCLIT CARDINALIS

    CYPRESS CLIMBER

    Ipomea quamoclit cardinalis. Can grow to 20', with flowers that are 1 1/2" long, funnel shaped, and vivid scarlet. Leaves are palmate with 7-15 lobes. G7-30 20 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

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