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Product Number: 815

Heavenly Blue Morning Glory

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Ipomoea

 

The most popular variety and one of the loveliest with vivid, true blue flowers. The color of these flowers is breathtaking, even if you have grown them for many summers, they still impress year after year. The 4-inch blooms are borne on vines that will climb to a height of 12 feet. This strain was discovered by amateur seed savers named Clarke in the 20's and is dependably early and full flowering. 

20 seeds

 

 

PLANTING

Annual

Germination:  7-30 days, chipping seed coat or soaking seeds overnight aids in germination.

Seed Planting Depth:  1/4" deep

Starting Indoors:   Start indoors 3-4 weeks before the last frost. Provide 70-85 degree F soil temperature. Using peat, cow,or paper pots can help with the stress of transplanting, they grow delicate roots and successful transplanting may be challenging.Transplant into the garden after the last frost. Water seedlings regularly until established.  

Outside Sowing: After last frost, when soil is over 65 degrees F.

Growth Habit: Climbing, Trailing

Height and Width:  12 feet

Spacing: 12-18" apart

Light Needs :  Full sun

Soil Needs :  Well drained, poor to average 

Approximate days to flower from seed:  90 plus days. Blooms toward the end of summer, the middle of August until frost.

Uses:  Climbs trellises, fences and poles

Care:  Mulching helps retain moisture. Over fertilizing can result in low to no flowers.

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JH
05/29/2018
Janessa H.
United States

Heavenly Blue Morning Glory

Sprouted quickly, growing well. Another good Pinetree product.

K
12/09/2017
Kathy

My blue heaven!

Though I've grown several other colors I keep coming back to this gorgeous morning glory as my very favorite. With fond memories of seeing it climb upon some rusty wire fencing some 70 years ago in my grandfather's garden

C
11/25/2016
Christine

The best choice

I've grown heavenly blue, and other colors especially the pink ones, Scarlet, and also grandpa Otts By far heavenly blue has the most blooms, and most importantly it hardly ever puts up volunteers and so it doesn't turn into a ****. The pink varieties put out so much seed that I'm still pulling it out a year later. In zone 8 if I plant morning glories in April they don't bloom until September because the nights become longer. i will plant them later this year-the blue is spectacular

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