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Wildflowers - Morning Glory Seeds

Morning Glory seeds are fun to grow because they are so easy to plant. The seeds are pretty large, and our children like to put out some seeds and watch them develop into long flowering vines. These are great for planting next to a wall with a trellis, or along a fence where they can vine out. The vines like to climb up and show off en masse. The blooms usually open in the late afternoon and then bloom until the heat of the next day before withering away. But there are always new blooms waiting that take their place on the next day! A single Morning Glory plant can produce a LOT of seeds, that are easy to harvest, and then can be planted out the next year. There are quite a few colors to play with here, so if you have a suitable spot where they can climb, do some fun vertical gardening!
  • Blue Star Morning Glory Seeds Ipomea tricolor Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Tall Mixed Morning Glory Seeds Ipomea purpurea Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • White Morning Glory Seeds Ipomea alba Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
Morning Glory seeds are fun to grow because they are so easy to plant. The seeds are pretty large, and our children like to put out some seeds and watch them develop into long flowering vines. These are great for planting next to a wall with a trellis, or along a fence where they can vine out. The vines like to climb up and show off en masse. The blooms usually open in the late afternoon and then bloom until the heat of the next day before withering away. But there are always new blooms waiting that take their place on the next day! A single Morning Glory plant can produce a LOT of seeds, that are easy to harvest, and then can be planted out the next year. There are quite a few colors to play with here, so if you have a suitable spot where they can climb, do some fun vertical gardening!