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Seeds-15 Annual Flower - Morning Glory - Heavenly Blue Climbing Vine S -F 55

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Seeds-15 Annual Flower - Morning Glory - Heavenly Blue Climbing Vine S -F 55

MORNING GLORY SEEDS! 

"HEAVENLY BLUE


Morning glory (Ipomoea purpurea) produces deep-purple flowers that open during the day. When grown on trellises or fences, the vine can reach 6- to 10-feet tall and provide a living privacy screen. Morning glory is an annual plant that can readily reseed itself; so it often returns each year on its own. Starting morning glory seeds indoors about six weeks before you plan to transplant the resulting seedlings into the garden, however, ensures you'll have enough plants in the desired locations.

How to grow

Morning Glory seeds are truly is not an easier  seed to grow!

Photo of seed tray with dome lid

  • The outer seed coat is hard, so nick the seed coat of each morning glory seed with a razor blade or knife so the lighter, inner seed coat is visible. Soak the seeds overnight in a bowl of warm tap water before sowing then  germination will be  improved .
  • I like to use a seed starting mix, and I begin by pre-moistening it in a large bowl, and then fill my peat pots with the pre-moistened soil mix.
  • Sow the Morning Glory seed into the moist soil and cover the seed with ¼ inch of soil. Cover each pot with clear plastic. The plastic helps to retain soil moisture.
  • I like to cover my peat pots with clear plastic wrap or place in a tray with a dome lid to help keep the moisture in.
  • Fill 2-inch diameter seedling pots with potting soil. Place the pots on a drip tray. Water each pot's soil until water drips from the pot's bottom. Allow the pots to drain for one hour. Empty the water that collected in the drip tray.
  • Set the pots in a location that is 65 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit. Remove the plastic from the pots when seedlings emerge from the soil, which usually occurs within seven to 14 days after the seeds are planted,and set them in a sunny window or out side under shadow.
  • Photo of seedlings
  • By the end of April, the days are warm enough that I start hardening the seedlings off by putting them outside in a protected area for a few hours each day. Gradually, after several days, I leave them out longer and longer. By about the 10th day, I leave them out overnight.
  • After being hardened off, the Morning Glory seedlings are ready to transplant.
  • Prepare the soil in the flower bed or garden where the seedlings are being transplanted. Add some organic matter while you are working the soil.
  • Dig a shallow hole large enough for the transplant. I keep the seedlings in the peat pot, but I tear the peat pot down an inch or so before planting. Cover and fill in the hole with the soil. Make sure the soil covers the peat pot completely, and press the seedling in, firming the soil around it. Water well.
  •  Photo of Grandpa Ott Morning Glory
 Planting: The plants can't tolerate frost, so you must wait until all danger of spring frost has passed before sowing them outdoors. You can start the seeds indoors about six weeks before the last expected frost. If you plant indoors, use biodegradable peat pots, which you can plant in the ground where they quickly break down, minimizing root disturbance. Sow seeds 1/4 inch deep, either one per pot or spaced 12 inches apart in the garden bed along the base of the support. Keeping the top 6 inches of soil moist ensures germination. Morning glory seeds usually sprout within a week.

Early Care: Once the seeds sprout they put on rapid growth. Morning glory vines don't require tying to the support to climb, but you might need to guide the first shoots onto the support so they can grip it. The plants need about 1 inch of water weekly from rain or irrigation, or enough so the top 6 inches of soil remains moderately moist. Covering the bed with a 2-inch layer of mulch after the plants begin to climb helps retain moisture. Morning glories don't require fertilization or pruning, but you can pinch back the growing tips of each vine once they reach the top of the trellis to prevent further upward growth.
   

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