Grandpa Ott Morning Glory is back and thriving after this heirloom variety was endangered for a number of years. This beautiful bloom is a deep purple with contrasting magenta stars and throats. Topping out at 15', this fast growing vine needs a fence, trellis or arbor to climb up. The 3" blooms attract butterflies and bees to your garden. Morning Glories blooms open in the morning and will close again at night.
Gardening Tip: Nick seed coat and soak overnight before sowing. Light aids in germination.