Morning Glory (Ipomoea) Seeds - Diane's Flower Seeds
Morning Glory 'Carnevale di Venezia'
(Ipomoea purpurea)

40 seeds   $2.50                          
Carnevale di Venezia morning glory is a fascinating selection. The flowers are white with stripes of varying widths.

Morning Glory 'Carnevale di Venezia' is actually a mix of two different varieties. One has rose-pink stripes, and the other has purple-blue stripes. But since no two flowers look exactly alike, the mix seems much more complex.

Ipomoea purpurea is a fast-growing annual vine. The colorful flowers attract hummingbirds, bees and beneficial insects, including syrphid flies and ladybugs.

height 8'


Morning Glory 'Carnevale di Venezia'
Morning Glory (Ipomoea) Seeds

Morning Glory is a fast-growing annual vine. It's perfect for covering fences, trellises, arbors and posts.

Sowing Morning Glory 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. Spacing 12".

Morning Glory 'Crimson Rambler'
Morning Glory 'Crimson Rambler'
(Ipomoea purpurea)

40 seeds   $2.50                          
Crimson Rambler morning glory is a popular variety with crimson-red flowers that have red veins and white throats.

Morning Glory 'Crimson Rambler' is my all-time favorite. The vivid flowers attract hummingbirds.

Ipomoea 'Crimson Rambler' is a vigorous annual vine that will climb up any support you can give it. It self sows heavily in most climates, so plant it where you can enjoy it for years to come.

height 8'


Morning Glory 'Grandpa Ott'
Grandpa Ott morning glory starts blooming in mid summer and goes until frost, covering itself with dark purple flowers that have pink stars and white throats. The vivid flowers attract hummingbirds.

Morning Glory 'Grandpa Ott' produces vigorous vines that are perfect for covering fences, arbors and trellises.

Ipomoea 'Grandpa Ott' is an heirloom morning glory. It is similar to Kniola's Black morning glory, except that the flowers of Grandpa Ott are slightly larger. It was first popularized by Seed Savers Exchange.

height 8'


Morning Glory 'Grandpa Ott'
(Ipomoea purpurea)

60 seeds   $2.50                                            
Morning Glory 'Heavenly Blue'
Morning Glory 'Heavenly Blue'
(Ipomoea tricolor)

60 seeds   $2.50                                   
Heavenly Blue morning glory is the most popular variety of all time, and for good reason. The huge, sky-blue flowers are very impressive. They may be the truest blue flowers ever.

Morning Glory 'Heavenly Blue' is an heirloom selection from the 1920's. Also known as Clark's Heavenly Blue morning glory.

Ipomoea 'Heavenly Blue' self sows in warm zones, but it blooms late and is less vigorous in northern climates. It's a good choice for northern gardeners who don't want an excess of self-sown seedlings.

height 8'


Morning Glory 'Light Blue Star'
Morning Glory 'Light Blue Star'
(Ipomoea purpurea)

40 seeds   $2.50                                    
Light Blue Star morning glory is a rare selection with a dark violet star on a light blue background. The vigorous plants bloom heavily until frost.

Morning Glory 'Light Blue Star' is a good choice for groundcover, fences and trellises. It can also be grown in large containers and hanging baskets.

Ipomoea 'Light Blue Star' can be variable in color. When I grew it, there were a few white-flowered plants. These should be removed to keep the strain pure.

height 8'


Morning Glory 'Milky Way'
Morning Glory 'Milky Way'
(Ipomoea purpurea)

40 seeds   $2.50                                    
Milky Way morning glory has elegant, pure white flowers with purple stars. The tall vines bloom prolifically from midsummer to fall.

Ipomoea 'Milky Way' is a versatile annual vine that can be trained on fences or trellises. Or grow it as a groundcover.

Morning Glory 'Milky Way' is an heirloom flower. For a beautiful color contrast, plant it with Morning Glory 'Grandpa Ott'.

height 8'


Morning Glory 'Stellar Pink'
Morning Glory 'Stellar Pink'
(Ipomoea purpurea)

40 seeds   $2.50                                            
The bright pink flowers of Stellar Pink Morning Glory have crimson stars and white throats. They bloom all summer long.

Ipomoea purpurea 'Stellar Pink' is a fast-growing annual vine. The vivid flowers attract hummingbirds, bees and beneficial insects.

This beautiful morning glory was discovered in a garden in Ogden, Utah, where it had been self sowing for many years.

height 8'


Ipomoea hederacea
Ivy-Leaved Morning Glory
(Ipomoea hederacea)

40 seeds   $2.50                          
Ivy-Leaved Morning Glory is a vigorous annual vine with beautiful, ivy-shaped leaves and relatively small, sky-blue flowers.

Ipomoea hederacea will easily cover any support you can give it. It's easy to grow and early to bloom. The flowers attract bees and beneficial insects.

Ipomoea hederacea is native to the tropical parts of America. Also known as Ivyleaf Morning Glory.

height 8'


Ipomoea hederifolia lutea
Yellow Trumpet Morning Glory
(Ipomoea hederifolia var. lutea)

20 seeds   $2.50                                    
Yellow Trumpet Morning Glory is a rare species. The fast-growing vines are covered with small, butter-yellow flowers from mid summer to autumn. The trumpet-shaped flowers attract bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.

Ipomoea hederifolia var. lutea is vigorous, and it needs a trellis. I tried to grow it as a groundcover, but it kept climbing all over the nearby trees and shrubs. I think it would be very nice on an arbor or a chain link fence.

Ipomoea hederifolia var. lutea is the yellow form of Ipomoea hederifolia, also known as Ipomoea luteola, which has scarlet-red flowers.

height 10'


Ipomoea luteola
Scarlet Creeper
(Ipomoea luteola)

35 seeds   $3.00                                    
Ipomoea luteola is a rare heirloom morning glory with trumpet-shaped, scarlet-red flowers that have yellow centers.

Ipomoea luteola is a great flower for attracting hummingbirds. It's easy to train on a fence, trellis or post. It can even be grown in a hanging basket.

Ipomoea luteola has many common names: Red Trumpet Creeper, Scarlet Creeper, Hearts & Honey Vine, and Star Morning Glory. Other Latin names include Ipomoea hederifolia var. luteola and Ipomoea coccinea var. luteola.

height 8'


Ipomoea transvaalensis
Orange-Seeded Morning Glory
(Ipomoea transvaalensis)

30 seeds   $2.50                                           
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'


Blue Star morning glory has powder-blue flowers with darker blue stars. The large, trumpet-shaped flowers open up to 5" wide.

Blue Star is a sport of Heavenly Blue. It was introduced in 1949. The flowers are known for staying open longer than other morning glories.

height 8'


Morning Glory 'Blue Star'
(Ipomoea tricolor)

60 seeds   $2.50                                           
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Morning Glory 'Blue Star'
Scarlett O'Hara morning glory has 4" wide, cherry-red flowers with white throats. The heart-shaped leaves are also attractive.

Morning Glory 'Scarlet O'Hara' is a good choice for attracting hummingbirds. It's a very popular heirloom morning glory. It was an All America Selections winner in 1939.

height 8'

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Morning Glory 'Scarlett O'Hara'
(Ipomoea nil)

60 seeds   $2.50