Cypress vine Easy to grow, Cypress Vine deserves wider use in American gardens. After all, it quickly reaches up to 25 feet long, with handsome fern-like foliage and brilliant blooms that keep coming for months.
Cypress vine A fine screen or barrier planting, this vine offers lush, dense foliage dotted with neat, 5-pointed star-shaped blooms. The flowers have long trumpet-shaped throats, perfect for visiting pollinators, and are studded among the foliage like bright jewels. So showy!
Cypress vine In this mix you get rich red, soft rosy-pink, All grow readily on this sun-lover, which is not picky about soil type and loves to blanket fences and climb structures. You will love Cypress Vine, and return to it again and again for a long season of great coverage and bright color for the sunny garden. Packet is 30 seeds. Cannot ship to AZ.
Ipomoea is the botanical name for Morning Glory
Ipomoea Germination Information
How to Sow Ipomoea:
- Best sown indoors, 4-6 weeks before planting out, at alternating temperatures of 68° and 86°
- Expect germination in 8-10 days
- Outdoors, seeds may be sown, after all danger of frost is past in the spring, when the soil is warm
- Outdoors, expect germination in 12-17 days
- Soak the seed in warm water for 24 hours prior to sowing or clip or notch the seeds
- If sowing seed outdoors, we recommend a maximum planting depth of 4X the width of the seed
How to Grow Ipomoea:
Transplanting: Transplant when there are at least two sets of true leaves. Transplant carefully, as it resents being disturbed
Spacing: Plant out 12-15 inches apart in an acidic, rich, moist, well-drained soil in full to partial shade
Soil: Plant in moist, well-drained soil. Very tolerant of poor soils. Water often but avoid high levels of nitrogen
Lighting: Site plant in an area that has full sunlight.
Additional Care: Plants will copiously self-sow around the garden and can become weedy
Appearance and Use:
Ipomoea leptophylla, Bush Morning Glory, grows 3 feet tall and has 3 inch flowers that open a rosy purple and mature a deep purple. It works well nestled in borders. Ipomoea nil, I. purpurea, and I. tricolor are 8-10 foot long, climbing vines to be grown on a structure: trellis, fence, or arbor. The showy single or double flowers come in colors of blue, purple, pink, red, or white and are either solid, striped, or bicolor. For the duration of the summer (July through frost), the above species’ flowers open in the early morning and fade by the afternoon. The leaves are all green and heart shaped