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25 Moonflower Morning Glory Flower Seeds
25 Moonflower Morning Glory Flower Seeds
25 Moonflower Morning Glory Flower Seeds
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25 Moonflower Morning Glory Flower Seeds

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Up for sale is one pack of 25 Moonflower Morning Glory flower seed (Ipomoea alba). Perfect for summer blooms these flowers create large single petal bright white flower.

We offer flat rate combined shipping on all orders, no limit on the amount or type of seed packets.

CULTURE

Soil temperature: 70 - 75 degrees fahrenheit
Germination lighting: Light
Germination days: 8-10 days
Weeks indoor: 8 weeks
Seed Depth: 1/4" to 1/2"
Seed Spacing: 24"
Plant spread: N/A
Plant height: 10'
Plant type: Annual
Maturation days: 100 days

Morning Glories get their names as they open in the morning and will close in the heat of the summer afternoon. Moonflowers are a bit different in that they open at dusk and stay open during the night. We like to plant them where they get light shade till mid day so as to enjoy their flowers longer during the daytime. These are climbers so be sure and give them space to climb at least 6 feet. Any post, fence, or trellis will work as they are strong climbers.

Similar to Sweet Pea, Morning Glories have a tough outer shell. It's best to first "scratch" through this outer layer with a metal nail file or nail clipper. Then prepare a shallow dish, like a pie pan, with very hot tap water not to exceed 140 degrees and soak your seeds so the tops are barely covered. Let them sit this way overnight and then sow the next morning.

We start them early about 4 weeks before our last frost in 4" pots and then transplant after our last frost in the spring. They will want to climb so be sure and have some bamboo or dowels you can stick in your pots. You can also sow them directly in your garden after your last frost.