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Morning Glory obscura v. ethiopia

Seeds from this beautiful ORANGE NOAH morning glory. The blossoms form a mass of orange and can be seen across the yard all day long. They are very hardy and can take the hot summers in the south. The blossoms are 1 inch across and a brilliant orange trumpet shape with a white center and small ivy shaped leaves that make this plant pretty all the time.
Morning Glory obscura v. ethiopia

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Seeds from Morning glory obscura v. ethiopia which has dark yellow flowers marked with a deep brown center. Obscura has 1 inch flowers which attract bees and hummingbirds. This Ipomoea has a heart shaped leaf 1-2 inches and it makes a wonderful climbing vine which can adorn any structures. Morning glory is considered to be an annual plant; however, it readily self-sows and reseeds itself the following spring from its own flower seed.



Morning Glory Orange Noah

Seeds from this beautiful ORANGE NOAH morning glory. The blossoms form a mass of orange and can be seen across the yard all day long. They are very hardy and can take the hot summers in the south. The blossoms are 1 inch across and a brilliant orange trumpet shape with a white center and small ivy shaped leaves that make this plant pretty all the time.
Morning Glory Orange Noah

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Seeds from this Ipomoea hederifolia Orange Noah morning glory. The blossoms form a mass of orange and can be seen across the yard all day long. They are very hardy and can take the hot summers in the south. The blossoms are 1 inch across and a brilliant orange trumpet shape with a white center and small ivy shaped leaves that make this plant pretty all the time.



Morning Glory Pearly Gates

Seeds of this beautiful Ipomoea Pearly Gates morning glory. These large white blossoms with cream centers covered this plant off and on all summer. Six hours of sunshine and never letting this dry out seemed to be the key to the success of this plant.
Morning Glory Pearly Gates

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Seeds from this Ipomoea Pearly Gates morning glory. These large white blossoms with cream centers covered this plant off and on all summer. Six hours of sunshine and never letting this dry out seemed to be the key to the success of this plant.



Morning Glory Pink Star

Seeds of this beautiful mutation morning glory that I call Pink Star with these beautiful light pink spokes. I have researched this extensively and have been told that it is a mutation of other varieties This vine only grows about 5 feet tall and is very easy to manage. Six hours of sunshine and never letting this dry out seemed to be the key to the sucess of this plant.
Morning Glory Pink Star

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Seeds from this mutation morning glory that I call Pink Star with these light pink spokes. I have researched this extensively and have been told that it is a mutation of other varieties This vine only grows about 5 feet tall and is very easy to manage. Six hours of sunshine and never letting this dry out seemed to be the key to the success of this plant.



Morning Glory President Tyler

Seeds of this heirloom Morning glory President Tyler.  This blossom is such a dark purple it is almost black, 2-3 inch flowers bearing a white throat. A very early bloomer in the spring, much before most other morning glories. Growing 6-8 feet.
Morning Glory President Tyler

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Seeds from this heirloom Morning glory President Tyler. This blossom is such a dark purple it is almost black, 2-3" flowers bearing a white throat. A very early bloomer in the spring, much before most other morning glories. Growing 6 to 8 feet.
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