The world's most famous Morning Glories in ONE single package.
This mixed package contains: Flying saucer, Hawaiian baby woodrose, Japanese Ipomoea shibori pink, purple, blue, Heavenly blue, convulvolus, hederacea, Japanese tie die lilac, Japanese imperalis pale pink, lilac, blue, Pale pink star, pink star, purple star, pale blue and dark blue star, Kniola's purple, Moonflower, pearly gates, Grandpa ott, Orange Noak, Silk rose, chocolate, white pale pink, tricolors, Early call blue, self pollinated varieties, Ensign mix, and much more, I can't even name them all. Some of those Morning glories are very rare and hard to find, if at all.
Nowhere else you'll get that many varieties or rare to find Ipomoeas for such a low price. Enough seeds to cover a whole fence around the yard.
Morning glory can be direct seeded into the soil after the last frost, but you will have much earlier blooms if you plant indoors 5-6 weeks ahead of time. They are a little tricky to transfer. Use little peat pots that can be put directly into the soil where you want the plant to grow. The seed of the morning glory is very hard. I soak mine overnight before planting to soften the hard shell. Growing morning glories is easy; keeping them where you want them is a little more difficult. You will notice that soon after a bloom fades a perfectly round capsule forms. This is full of tiny black seeds. Once it dries the capsule opens and morning glory seeds drop everywhere. Unless you are so diligent as to cut off EVERY pod they will spread and reseed