Dwarf Picotee Mix (Morning Glory/dwarf)

Latin Name: Ipomoea nil

Item #: 1122

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Difficulty:

Easy

Poisonous:

Yes

Suitable for Small Pots

Yes

Hanging Basket Type

Yes

(12 in/31 cm) Bushy bright green and white foliage combined with red, pink, azure blue, salmon blooms. Pkt. contains 20 seeds.
(12 in/31 cm) Bushy bright green and white foliage combined with red, pink, azure blue, salmon blooms with unique picotee white margins. Sells on sight.  Pkt. contains 20 seeds.

MORNING GLORY (dwarf Convolvulus)

Approx. 475 seeds per oz/28 g

GREENHOUSE: Soak seed for 48 hours or nick the pointed end of the seed with a knife to speed up germination. Sow seed April 15th, directly into 3 in/8 cm Jiffy Strips, 3 seeds per pot, (about 5 weeks before sales). Cover seed with 1/4 in/6 mm of soil. Keep soil moist and at 70°F/21°C until seedlings appear. If you must transplant,do so about 7 days after germination, we recommend direct seeding to prevent transplanting shock.

DIRECT SOWING: In milder climates, seed may be sown outdoors, after soaking, when day soil temperature reaches 65-70°F/18-21°C. Try to sow the seed where you plan to grow the plants as morning glories are difficult to transplant. Thin or transplant when plants are 3 in/8 cm tall, to 6 in/15 cm apart. Thrives in regular soil, blooms all summer in semi-shade or direct sun.

 

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