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- MORNING GLORY
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Bloom time: Summer to early autumn.
As their name suggests, the funnel-shaped flowers of morning glory open with the sun and usually last only a single morning. They wilt in the afternoon, so new flowers open every day to attract hummingbirds, bees, butterflies, and other insects to your garden. Morning glory is a close relative of the moon flower, which blooms at night for pollination by moths. Edible sweet potatoes are also a part of the morning glory family, Convolvulaceae.
It is a great shame that so many gardeners confuse this tidy HEIRLOOM annual with the invasive weed Convovulus arvensis. Both share the name Morning Glory, and both have trumpet shaped flowers, but the similarities end there. Heavenly Blue produces copious, huge, intensely blue flowers that open each morning and then fade to pink before closing for good in the evening. Every day more flowers open from mid to late summer.
Note: This variety is not an invasive weed.
FL2978 A (2g) approximately 52 seeds
FL2978 B (10g) approximately 260 seeds
FL2978 C (25g) approximately 650 seeds
FL2978 D (125g) approximately 3250 seeds