Ipomoea--Morning Glory Seed. Seeds.
We are no longer carrying Morning Glory Seeds.
Morning Glories are an annual vine with ovate, deeply cordate leaves 3-4 inches long and 3/4-3 inches wide. The trumpet-shaped Morning Glory flowers vary from white to red, purple, blue, or violet-blue. The ovoid fruit is about 1/2 inch in length and bears elongate, angular black seeds. Ipomoea is used in Oaxaca and southern Mexico.It is commonly refered to as Tlililtzin. It is thought to be one of the principal entheogens used for divination, magico-religous, and curing rituals.
Today, the "Heavenly Blues" Ipomoea tricolor are probably the most widely sought of the Morning Glory. They are grown as a climbing vine, beautiful and popular are their clear and pure blue flowers with yellow throats. Organically grown and harvested , untreated seeds.
The "Pearly Gates" Ipomoea violacea are a vigorous and showy climber, producing masses of pure white flowers with a yellowish shading in the throat.
The "Flying Saucers" are a beautiful addition to any Morning Glory Collection.
Crimson Rambler is our newest edition to our Morning Glory family.