Kosmic's Morning Glory 'Crimson Rambler' (Ipomoea Purpurea)
This non-psychoactive variety of Ipomoea Purpurea produces large, 2-3 inches across, trumpet-shaped, crimson-red flowers that have red veins and white throats, and blooming all summer through fall. The Morning Glory attracts various pollinators including bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.
10 gram seeds (roughly 400 seeds)
There are different species of Morning Glory. We offer Crimson Rambler as a botanical specimen which is not psychoactive. Morning Glory Crimson Rambler looks wonderful covering a fence, archway, rock wall or trellis, and if you need a fast growing annual ground cover, this Morning Glory will be a perfect choice.
This variety of Ipomoea Purpurea produces large, 2-3 inches across, trumpet-shaped, crimson-red flowers that have red veins and white throats, and blooming all summer through fall the Morning Glory attracts various pollinators including bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.
Place the seeds in a small amount of water en let them soak for a day. Next, place the seeds in the earth, preferably in a sunny spot. Morning Glory plants have the tendency to grow in all directions, so it's smart to place them somewhere where they have plenty space and can climb freely without harming other plants by entanglement. The plants need to be watered regularly, especially during summertime.
Morning Glory is a fast growing plant. After approximately six weeks the first flowers will show. As soon as the flowers shrivel and fall, seeds p ods will be formed. Do not harvest the seeds pods too early, or the seeds will be white instead of dark brown or black. Morning Glory Crimson Rambler flower self-sows itself heavily in most climates, so you can enjoy it for years to come.
Pictures were in part made by Holger Winkelmann
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