Morning glory flowers are a common sight in many landscapes and while some varieties are described as invasive in some areas, the fast growing vining plants can also make lovely additions to the garden if kept in check.
Morning glories prefer full sun but will tolerate very light shade.
The plants are also well known for their tolerance to poor, dry soils. In fact, the plant can easily establish itself in any slightly disturbed area, including garden edges, fence rows and roadsides where the vine is commonly seen growing. Even with the plant's tolerance of poor soil, it actually prefers well-draining soil that is moist, but not soggy.
Morning glory plants are easily started by seeds sown directly in the garden after the threat of frost has passed and the soil has warmed up. Indoors, the seeds should be started about 4-6 weeks before the last frost in your area.
TST007 Bulk Morning Glory Mix ( Ipomoea Tall Mix )
A great looking flower that is super easy to grow!
A wonderful blend of colors offered in volume packaging to cover a large fence or other area. Majestic, trumpet shaped flowers of this long time garden favorite vary in shades of deep purple, rose, mauve, violet, and lavender with white or pale pink throats. The vines entwine themselves around available structures, and climb to heights of eight to ten feet!
A favorite of hummingbirds and butterflies, makes a perfect cover for eyesore structures and brush piles.
Annual suited for almost any soil or growing condition, for zones 3a-9b. One ounce of seed will contain over 500 seeds.
TRM779 Japanese Pink Ruffles ( Ipomoea imperials )
A fast growing vine to ten feet long when mature, it has stunning ruffled, 2 to 3 inch magenta-pink blooms that contrast well with the clear green, heart-shaped leaves. Makes a wonderful cover for fences, trellis, etc.
TRM780 Dolce Vita ( Ipomoea purpurea )
Delightful large trumpets, white with deep pink throat, vigorous climber to 10'. Large trumpet-shaped flowers of pearly white have pink shaded throats.
D9804 Giant Moonflower( Ipomea alba var )
The moonflower is a vigorous twining vine that is very fast growing in really hot weather. It is a tender tropical perennial but is now seeing popular use as an annual vine in colder areas.
This close relative of the morning glory has similar heart shaped leaves that are a rich green and 4-8 inches long. They provide a beautiful backdrop for the spectacular moonflowers.
This vine also known as the evening glory as its buds open in late afternoon and last only until morning's light transforms them into a limp shriveled mass.
Moonflower makes up for the brief lifespans of individual flowers by producing quantities of the big blossoms throughout the summer. These are held on a stem that bears several buds simultaneously, not all of which bloom the same night. The long 4 inch buds are also very attractive especially in the hours just before the flower opens.
And what a fabulous flower the moon vine produces! They are fluted funnels sculpted in purest alabaster white. About the diameter of a saucer measuring 5-6 inches across.
As if the moonflower was not already enchanting enough, it also has a delightful fragrance to complement its beauty and perfume warm summer nights.
FB167 Heavenly Blue ( Ipomea tricolor )
This is the familiar heirloom we all grew up enjoying during the spring and summer months. Heavenly Blue Morning Glory is a favorite garden climber. This plant has been grown for generations and continues to be loved for it's sky blue flowers with creamy white throats. This fast and easy to grow old-fashioned vine is perfect to quickly cover a fence or mailbox and will grace your garden with it's flowers all summer long.
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RLP114 Cairo Morning Glory ( Ipomoea cairica )
Ipomoea cairica morning glory has many common names, including Mile-a-minute Vine, Messina Creeper, Cairo Morning Glory, Coast Morning Glory and Railroad Creeper. This vining perennial has palmate leaves and large, showy white to lavender flowers. Each fruit matures at about 1 cm across and contains hairy seeds.
This is a fast growing vine that can be used to hide ugly fences, old sheds and unsightly ditch banks with colorful blooms between the first and last frosts.
Cannot ship to AR, AZ, PR
TRM764 Blue Star ( Ipomea purpurea )
Ipomea tricolor. 5-inch pale blue-white trumpets are marked with a darker blue star. A spectacular plant. Each light blue bloom is enhanced bay an exquisite, deep violet, five pointed star shooting out from its central, white throat. Flowers all summer. Beautiful climber, ideal for climbing up trellis and fences or obelisks in container.Grows to 15 feet tall. ( We have noticed a tiny amount of color variations in the flowers, but assume that this is normal for this variety ) Cannot ship to AR, AZ, PR
3244 Chocolate ( Ipomea nil )
Ipomea nil. Huge chocolate colored flowers! This is one of the
most sought after morning glory seeds, this is a showcase
flower that will cover a fence, trellis, post or anything it
can climb with dazzling chocolate flowers. Cannot ship to
AR, AZ, PR
3365 Sunrise Serenade ( Ipomea purpurea )
Ipomea purpurea. Highly sought after old heirloom that was unavailable for many years, but recently brought back into circulation. Very unusual double ruby-red flowers, strong climber. Truly the most dramatic morning glory available to gardeners. Sure to attract attention, unique within the genus. Cannot ship to
AR, AZ, PR
3246 Carnevale Venezia ( Ipomea nil )
Ipomea purpurea, smashing stripes of blue and pink splashed on
white background, they look hand painted, easy to grow.
Cannot ship to AR, AZ, PR
2489 Split Personality ( Ipomea purpurea )
New, Fleuroselect, star shaped magenta with white halo, strong
climber. Cannot ship to AR, AZ, PR
2491 Sunspots ( Ipomea luteola )
Masses of small orange flowers, quick to
bloom. Cannot ship to AR, AZ, PR
New! Ipomoea nil, Red with white star and white picotee edge,
striking. Cannot ship to AR, AZ, PR
2496 Milky Way
Ipomoea purpurea, white with deep blue star. Cannot ship to
AR, AZ, PR
2498 Rose Feather
Ipomoea quamoclit, Finely cut leaf, large rose flowers for
pot or trellis. Cannot ship to AR, AZ, PR
New! D9529 Grandpa Ott ( Ipomea purpurea )
Grandpa Ott Morning Glory is one of the original Bavarian varieties of Morning Glory vine.
It was nearly extinct but has made a comeback in recent years, and is a hardy and reliable climber that puts on a glorious show! Morning Glory Grandpa Ott is absolutely stunning with large rich, royal purple velvety trumpet-shaped blooms that have a "star" with a pink throat.
The flower seeds can be started directly outside in the spring. Cannot ship to AR, AZ, PR
2563 President Tyle ( Ipomea purpurea )
Legend has it that President John Tyler brought seed of this
morning glory to an Indiana Farmer more than 150 years ago.
Another rumor says the seed was the farmer's gift to the
President. One thing we're certain of is that you'll be pleased
with the vigorous and fast climbing vines covered with flowers
bearing a white throat, deep maroon star, and velvety purple
corolla. Resembles Grandpa Ott's and Star of Yalta, but blooms
weeks earlier! Ht. 72-96". Cannot ship to AR, AZ, PR
D9859 Giant Flying Saucers ( Ipomea tricolor )
Fast growing vines to 15 ft. with huge 5" blooms of pure white
brushed with lavender-lilac to blue in a pinwheel pattern.
Lush, tropical like foliage. Excellent for window boxes and
planters. Cannot ship to AR, AZ, PR
NW55 Kholians Black ( Ipomea purpurea )
Flowers are 4" across and such a deep purple they look black.
Cannot ship to AR, AZ, PR
Dwarf Morning Glory ( Convolvulus )
Free flowering plants with compact, spreading habit reaching
only 12 inches tall and sporting Morning Glory like flowers
with white and yellow centers.
D9870 Ensign Mix Cannot ship to AR, AZ, PR