Morning Glory Flower Seeds
Morning Glory flowers are a perennial, herbaceous vine with smooth heart shaped leaves; and funnel shaped blue or pink flowers. As is obvious from its name, its flowers open in the morning, then fade and drop in the second half of the say. The creepers grow shamelessly once settled and are very easy to bloom.
How to Grow Morning Glory (Ipomea) flower seeds?
Pre-soak the seed for 12 hours in warm water, and sow in individual pots. The seed usually germinates in 1 - 3 weeks at warm temperatures. The plants are don't like to be disturbed, even when they are quite small, and should be potted up almost as soon as they germinate. Cuttings of side shoots in a peaty soil can also be used for propagation.