Orange-Seeded Morning Glory
40 seeds $3.25
Ipomoea transvaalensis is a rare morning glory species from Africa. The small, lavender flowers are followed by fuzzy, bright orange seeds.
Ipomoea transvaalensis works well as either a groundcover or a trellised vine. It's a little less vigorous than Ipomoea purpurea, so it's nice in small gardens. It doesn't reseed in excess like Ipomoea purpurea sometimes does. These morning glory seeds have a very hard coat that must be nicked and soaked. If they don't swell up the first time, nick and soak them again. Also known as Transvaal Orange-Seeded Morning Glory.
height 8' spacing 12"
Sowing Ipomoea transvaalensis Seeds
Nick ipomoea seeds and soak overnight. Sow outdoors after the last frost date, 1/4" deep. Or start indoors 4 weeks early. Full sun.