Ipomoea aurantiaca


Species Ipomoea 10 seeds

Ipomoea aurantiaca is a dainty vine with very slender shoots, heart shaped leaves and yellow to orange flowers, native to moist forests in southernmost Mexico and northern Guatemala between 1000 and 2000 m

Ipomoea Carnevale de Venezia

Striped Morning Glory 20 seeds
You won't find a more fascinating morning glory than Carnevale di Venezia. The flowers are white with stripes of varying widths that range from pink to violet-blue. Each flower in this mix is unique.

Ipomoea Chinese Yellow

Yellow Perennial Ipomoea (20 seeds Per Pkt)

Ipomoea Chinese Yellow is an unusual perennial Ipomoea from China and Asia that has lovely 2" yellow flowers in the spring. It is a tender plant with soft hairy leaves that will need to be overwintered in a greenhouse. Slow to germinate from seed, unlike the annual varieties.

Ipomoea hederifolia

Scarlet Ipomoea  10 seeds
Ipomoea hederifolia is a rare small scarlet flowered annual Ipomoea from the Philippines that has masses of small bright scarlet flowers on a very vigorous plant. Easy to germinate from seed and in our trials it proved to be one of the largest Ipomoea plants that we grew, completely smothering an old iron gate.

Ipomoea palmata


Mile a Minute Vine

This fast growing tropical perennial vine has palmate leaves and large, showy white to lavender flowers turning a deeper pink colour with age. A native of Africa and Asia it has become a noxious weed in introduced tropical areas like the USA and Australia. Well worth a try though as a conservatory annual or bedding outside in a warm sheltered location for the summer after an early season seed sowing.

Ipomoea purpurea (Grandpa Ott)

Hardy Annual Ipomoea  20 seeds җ
Ipomoea Grandpa Ott is a popular cultivar that has been around for many years purple with deep purple flowers and a crimson throat. A glorious rampant dark purple Ipomoea that even regrows each year in my garden from self sown seed. Prolific flowering and often the first to flower. Does well even in indifferent summers!

Ipomoea quamoclit

Cypress Vine  20 seeds
Ipomoea quamoclit  a member of the Ipomoea family from Tropical South America bearing clusters of scarlet flowers on slender vines that may reach 20ft in a season.

Ipomoea Scarlet O'Hara


Red Morning Glory  20 seeds 

A fabulous red Morning Glory that always draws attention from visitors. Scarlet O'Hara's blooms are a full 4 inches across, deeply coloured crimson and with a velvety texture.  This vine is particularly vigorous and fast-growing with masses of blooms great for covering ugly fencing or up a trellis. Drought-tolerant and easy from seed, it climbs to around 2 metres.

Ipomoea Split Second


A fully double version of Ipomoea 10 seeds  җ

The best double-flowered Morning Glory we have ever seen, Split Second is a big, full, Peony-like bloom of rosy pink that looks nothing like its single cousins. This is the most exciting breakthrough in Morning Glories in a long time, and we're delighted to be able to offer it to you this season. Split Second flowers heavily from early summer until frost, thriving in blazing sun and any well-drained soil (but especially those on the dry side). The blooms are huge, very full, and delightfully twisted, with no two just alike. If you're looking for a vine with a beautiful difference, Split Second is the one you MUST try!

Ipomoea Tricolor Heavenly Blue

Morning Glory  20 seeds
Ipomoea Tricolor Heavenly Blue is a tropical relative to our bind weed! But do not worry this one is a half hardy annual. If sown early from seed in a warm Greenhouse in February it will make reasonable growth and be ready for planting out in a warm sheltered position in late May. It can make 6' to 10' growth given plenty of water and food and looks stunning if grown through a loose shrub or together with another climber like a climbing rose where the flowers appear after the rose has had it's main flush. These are easy to raise if you soak the hard seed for 24 hours before sowing. The trumpet shaped flowers of a vibrant sky blue colour between 4" to 5" across bloom and die each day - hence the name.

Ipomoea White

White Moon Flowers
We have two varieties to choose from, Ipomoea alba, (also called the Moon Vine) a very large scented white Ipomoea really suitable for indoors cultivation than outside. My own trials outside did not do so well alongside other varieties and appears to need more heat, although feedback from customers has been the opposite with rampant growth. The other is a tricolor hybrid called Ipomoea Pearly Gates and more of a manageable sized free flowering Ipomoea.

Ipomoea x imperialis Sunrise Serenade


New for 2021!

A flore pleno version of Ipomoea purpurea  20 seeds  җ

Ipomoea x imperialis Sunrise Serenade is an unusual old morning glory variety from Victorian days that has come back in fashion. Lovely deep pink and white, semi double flowers that make it quite unique. This proved to be a rampant and strong plant in our own seed trials.



Symbol Codes

Germination -- Easy Moderate and Challenging

Backlog for Fresh Seed Flavour

Hardiness - To -5°C җ To -10°C җҗ Fully Hardy җҗҗ

Needs Shady Position Sunny Position Water Loving