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Morning Glory Vines 12-18"

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Morning Glory Vine – Ipomoea purpurea has abundant, blue blooms that open in the morning and close in the afternoon. The Morning Glory Vine thrives in hot sun, although a little shade can be tolerated. Zones 3-9

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Morning Glory Vines - Ipomoea Purpurea

The Morning Glory is one of the most sought-after vine plants. The beautiful array of delicate purple, white, pink, and blue flowers that it produces attract beautiful butterflies and even hummingbirds have been known to frequent the flowers. The Morning Glory unfurls its flowers in the morning as the name aptly states thus they do require sun so be sure to plant in full sun. The Morning Glory grows in hardiness zones three to ten and is a perennial in the warmer zones. The plant grows naturally in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, the central coast of California, and in the Central Valley. They have dark green foliage, and the flowers are trumpet-shaped. There are cultivars of this plant that produce a red-violet colored blossom called a Crimson Rambler other names common are Star of Yelta, Grandpa Ott's, and Kniola's Black Knight. These are climbing vine plants and will need a support structure to climb upwards on. They are a beautiful decoration for a porch, trellis, fence, or give them something to support they can even grow up the side of your house. Morning Glory plants can grow up to ten feet or more, the leaves on the vine are heart-shaped and get to approximately four to five inches long. The Morning Glory is an excellent self-seeder, so transplanting is not necessary, the seeds are one eighth to one-fourth long, and they become hard once ready. The Morning Glory blooms during the summer in abundance and vigor. They are drought tolerant plants and do not like too much moisture where they are planted, the soil needs to be fertile but not overly so. The Morning Glory makes a terrific addition to any landscaped area that has plenty of sunshine, and with its ease of maintenance, beautiful flowers it can become a focal point of your landscaped area.

Morning Glory's are beautiful climbers that come in a wide variety of colors including blue, pink, magenta, purple and white. Their leave is shaped like little hearts, and they are a trumpet-shaped flower that seems to be most beautiful before they bloom early in the morning. The Morning Glory blooms from early summer until the signs of the first frost. Their bright extravagant flowers are a great way to attract hummingbirds and other peaceful garden dwellers. Hardy Zones 3-10

Morning Glory Vine-lpomoea species
Planting zone-USDA Climate zone 9-11
Mature Height-Can grow 15 feet in one growing season
Soil Type-sandy loan
Sun-prefers full sun all day long

This flowering, the fast-growing vine is used for decorative effect. Known to attract hummingbirds and butterflies, the flowers can be a variety of colors. Blue, purple, red, pink, and white blooms surrounded by light green heart-shaped leaves multiply. The Morning Glory vine needs a structure to grow on and loves sun all day long. This plant can be an annual or a perennial. For the gardener who wants a fast growing flowering vine to cover a fence or trellis, this is the plant for you. You can determine your size and color by choice. You can quickly mix colors and have a variety of booms to make your garden attractive. These are hardy and fast-growing vines so if you are eager to see blooms in your garden; this is your plant.