Common Morning Glory is an annual plant that grows up to 3 metres in height. This mix contains several varieties of this gorgeous plant, which differ from each other in colour of the flowers. The colours range from white to red to purple, while the flowers are funnel-shaped; they close in the morning and open up in the evening. Common Morning Glory is predominantly used as a trailing plant on balconies, terraces; it is highly suitable for covering pergolas, fences or arbours.
Growing: sow the seeds directly into the soil from April to May. The plants do not tolerate transplanting. Grow the plants in 30-40cm spacings in sunny or semi-shaded positions; they flower from July to September. Each gram contains around 45 to 55 seeds.
Each packet contains four grams of seeds.
Each packet includes a growing guide and a sow-by date.