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Calonyction aculeatum White Moon Vine

25 seeds -White Moonvine or Calonyction aculeatum morning glory. This annual vine forms a mass of 4 to 5 inch white blossoms that can be seen across the yard as pearlescent glows at either late in the evening or early in the morning. They do well in mid summer high temperatures. The blossoms are trumpet shaped with large ivy shaped leaves on a 6'-8' vine. Visit my gallery for more pictures.
Calonyction aculeatum White Moon Vine

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Starter plant of White Moonvine or Calonyction aculeatum morning glory. This tender perennial vine forms a mass of 4 to 5 inch white blossoms that can be seen across the yard as opalescent glows at either late in the evening or early in the morning. They do well in mid summer high temperatures. The blossoms are trumpet shaped with large ivy shaped leaves on a 6 to 8 foot vine. Zones 9 to 11



Candy Pink

seeds of this gorgeous hot pink morning glory Candy Pink. This annual morning glory is one of the most beautiful pinks I have ever seen. This morning glory will grow up to 8 feet and cover a fence quite quickly. seeds of this gorgeous hot pink morning glory Candy Pink. This annual morning glory is one of the most beautiful pinks I have ever seen. This morning glory will grow up to 8 feet and cover a fence quite quickly.
Candy Pink

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Seeds from this gorgeous hot pink morning glory Candy Pink. This annual morning glory is one of the most pinks I have ever seen. This morning glory will grow up to 8 feet and cover a fence quite quickly.



Carnivale De Venezia

seeds of this beautiful Ipomoea purpurea 'Carnivale De Venezia'. A climber that will produce  masses of spectacular, striped blue and pink blooms with intricate markings.. Flowers all summer, transforming your garden with all the dazzling colours of the Venice Carnival.
Carnivale De Venezia

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Seeds from this Ipomoea purpurea Carnivale De Venezia. A climber that will produce masses of spectacular, striped blue and pink blooms with intricate markings. Flowers all summer, transforming your garden with all the dazzling colors of the Venice Carnival.



China species

seeds of Morning glory China species which has large purple flowers with fuzzy leaves. China species has 3-4 inch large flowers which attract hummingbirds. This Ipomoea has a fuzzy leaf 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.
China species

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Seeds from Morning glory China species which has large purple flowers with fuzzy leaves. China species has 3 to 4 inch large flowers which attract hummingbirds. This Ipomoea has a fuzzy leaf 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.



Cardinal Climber

seeds Cardinal Climber vine, ipomoea multifida slotei or Little Red Trumpet Vine.  This beautiful annual vine has red star shaped blossoms on heavily foliaged vines.The hummingbirds love this one. In no time at all, this whispy vine can cover a vertical surface up to 20 feet.  Very easy to grow in containers  on a trellis, arbor or fence, This is also an excellent plant for the mailbox post also. Treat as an annual in full sun and average soil.
Cardinal Climber

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Seeds Cardinal Climber vine, ipomoea multifida sloteri or Little Red Trumpet Vine. This annual vine has red star shaped blossoms on heavily foliaged vines. The hummingbirds love this one. In no time at all, this whispy vine can cover a vertical surface up to 20 feet. Very easy to grow in containers on a trellis, arbor or fence, This is also an excellent plant for the mailbox post also. Treat as an annual in full sun and average soil.



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