Patio, Greenhouse, Conservatory, Walls And Fences, Ground Cover, Exotic Garden
1 Packet (50 Morning Glory Seeds) (TT01708)
Remove spent flowers regularly to encourage further blooming.Caution: toxic if eaten.
Transplant seedlings into 13cm (5in) pots and grow on in cooler conditions for at least 14 days before planting out in late spring after all risk of frost. Plant out 30cm (12in) apart.
FOR POT PLANTS: Transplant in a soil-based compost to 20cm (8in) pots and grow in a cool, well ventilated position with shade from direct sun.
CAUTION: Seeds are poisonous.
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Stunning Blue and a vigourous climber too 2011-09-21
This is the second year I have grown these. Last year outside, do make sure the soil is warm, my plants sulked for a week before giving a brilliant display. This year I have them on a west facing wall in the conservatory which means the flowers last much longer. Last year the blooms faded before mid day in full sun. I have paired the Ipomea with Thunbergia alata a wonderful orange flower. The two together really make a fantastic show.The Ipomea are currently thirteen feet tall better than the six foot last year