Ipomoea x imperialis ‘Sunrise Serenade’ | Morning Glory Vine Seeds

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Ipomoea syn. Mina, Pharbitis, commonly known as Morning glory, Sweet potato vine, Cardinal climber, Common morning glory, Star glory, Cypress vine, Saltmarsh morning glory, Wild sweet potato vine are annuals and perennials, many of them trailers or twining climbers, and a few evergreen shrubs and trees, native to warm regions worldwide. They are found in a great diversity of habitats from open scrub to dense woodland, seashores, and cliffs. Most have trumpet or funnel shaped blooms of pink, lavender, purple or blue which open each morning and fade at night. Tolerates a wide range of light, soil conditions and are known to spread quickly. Grow annuals in a sunny, sheltered site. Where temperatures drop below 45°F (7°C) grow perennial or shrubby plants in a temperate or warm greenhouse. In warmer climates, train climbers over a pergola or arch, or use as a dense groundcover.

USES: Wildflower gardens, Hummingbird gardens, Butterfly gardens, Trellis, Pergola, Arch, Groundcover, Patio, Containers, Hanging baskets

TOLERATES: Heat, Partial shade

Botanical Name: Ipomoea x imperialis ‘Sunrise Serenade’

Synonyms: I. nil, I. rubrocaerulea, I. tricolor

Common Name: Morning glory vine, Prunkwinde

Type: Annual

Flower Color: Deep to vivid reddish-pink 4 in. (10cm) across

Flowering Time: June to October

Plant Height: 10 ft. (300cm)

Light Requirements: Full Sun

Water Requirements: Average

Soil Requirements: Moderately fertile, well drained soil

AHS Heat Zone: 12-1

Sowing Instructions (Cliff Notes Version): Sow seeds singly at 64°F (18°C) in spring. Chip seeds or soak for 24 hours before sowing.

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