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Morning Glory Kikyo-Zaki Mix Pack Of 10 Seeds Imported


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When to Plant Morning Glories

  • Sow morning glory seeds in late spring or early summer, once the ground has warmed to about 64°F (18°C).
  • Morning glories are tender annuals, so they are sensitive to cool temperatures and late frosts.

Choosing and Preparing a Planting Site

  • Grow morning glories in a sunny spot. They need a lot of sun to bloom their best!
  • Plant in moderately fertile, well-drained soil.
  • Choose a site that is sheltered from strong, drying winds.
  • Give them a fence, lattice, or trellis to climb.


How to Plant Morning Glories

  • Germination rates are improved by filing down the seeds just enough to break the outer coat, then soaking them for 24 hours before planting. This encourages them to send out a root (it looks like a little worm).
  • Cover lightly with 1/4-inch of soil. Space seeds about 6 inches apart.
  • Water thoroughly at planting.
  • Seedlings should appear in about a week.

Growing Morning Glories

  • Apply a balanced liquid fertilizer after planting. Do not over-fertilize, or the vine may grow more foliage than flowers.
  • Support this climbing plant with structures like trellises, pergolas, or arches.
    • Tip: Morning glories climb by twining their vines around a support, so make sure that whichever type of structure you grow them against has plenty of space for whorling!
  • Morning glories are low maintenance; just be sure to water during particularly dry periods.
  • Mulch to retain moisture and suppress weeds.
  • If you don’t want the plant to reseed itself, just pinch off old flowers before they turn into seedpods. This can also encourage the plant to keep producing more flowers.


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