Ipomoea purpurea L.
Brand: Kurzemes Seklas
Packaged:0,5 g
Ex Tax: 1.90€
Double Morning Glory "Raffles" - Ipomoea purpurea.
An annual climbing plant with an abundance of large heart-shaped leaves, 200-300 cm high.
The flowers are amazingly beautiful, fully double, cherry-coloured with a white centre, and up to 8 cm in diameter.
Blossoming plentiful - from the end of June to frosts. The flowers open in the morning and decorate the plant until the evening (this is much longer compared to other morning glory varieties).
Agricultural technology.
Ipomoea is photophilous and thermophilic and does not tolerate frosts. Sown in open ground in the second half of May, 2-3 seeds per hole. Seeds should be soaked overnight before sowing. Shoots appear after 6-14 days, the distance between plants should be 25-35 cm.
Used for landscaping balconies and vases, creating vertical flowering screens.

Eng.: Tall double Morning Glory. Suom.: Keisarinkierto. Sven.: Purpurvinda. Bot. syn.: Convolvulus purpureus L., Ipomoea hirsutula Jacq., Pharbitis diversifolius.

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