Morning Glory Seeds; organic + heirloom

Morning Glory Seeds; organic + heirloom

from 3.75

One seed packet filled with wild magic: heirloom organic seeds grown and collected by hand on our small scale farm. For expert and aspiring gardeners. An environmentally conscious alternative to conventional seed.

In an effort to save on paper and ink, planting instructions can be found below. Printed instructions are available by selecting the option for our planting information postcard. A beautiful postcard including the main listing photo for this seed variety, plus detailed planting instructions on the back.

PLEASE NOTE: Morning Glories are considered invasive in some regions.
Refer to the website below to find a list of invasive species for your region. Be mindful of native species and eco-system balance in your region prior to planting.

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{morning glory}
Ipomoea purpurea
30+ seeds

A varied mix of indigo and fuchsia. As their name suggests, morning glories are most glorious in the morning, open for you as you are heading out for work or starting your morning chores on the farm. An old fashioned favorite for its quick climbing habits and deep-blue trumpet-shaped flowers. Best grown on a trellis, arbor, or fence.

{planting information}
Days to Germination: 5-21 days
Lifecycle: annual
Zone: 3-10
Sunlight: full sun
Height: 6 to 10 feet if grown on a trellis. 
Spread: 6 to 10 feet if allowed to spread over the ground. 
Bloom time: mid summer, late summer until first frost
Special characteristics: deer resistant, self-seeds easily, native to North America
Special notes: soak morning glory seeds overnight in lukewarm water to soften their hard seed coat and help aid in germination

Morning Glories are considered invasive in some regions. 

{how to plant} 
Before planting soak seeds overnight in warm water. Start seeds indoors 4 to 6 weeks before the last spring frost, or outdoors where desired after frost danger has passed. Plant seeds 1/4" deep. If seeds are planted in the fall no soaking is necessary unless your region is prone to drought in winter.

Seeds are packaged in 100% recycled, 20% post-consumer waste brown kraft envelopes. Thank you for recycling again.