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TALL MIX Seeds | Morning Glory

 

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TALL MIX Seeds - Morning Glory - Ipomoea

 

Available in packs of 10 and 30 seeds.

 

These untreated medicinal grade Morning Glory Tall Mix seeds possess a high quality genetic profile and are harvested fresh.

 

Contains a random mix of various Morning Glory varieties including Pearly Gates, Scarlett O’Hara, Grandpa Ott, Blue Star and Crimson Rambler.

 

A range of wild and cultivated vines in the Morning Glory family may be found in lush regions of Mexico. The number of species within the genus is believed to be over 500.

 

Morning Glory is a perennial twining vine, growing from 3m - 10m long, with heart shaped leaves that can grow up to 12cm long. The flowers are funnel shaped and often in striking colors.

 

Reported to contain alkaloids of up to 0.3% in the seeds.

 

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TALL MIX Seeds | Morning Glory

SKU: Tall Mix Seeds Ipomoea
PriceFrom AU$11.00
  • Sacred varieties of Morning Glory include Heavenly Blue, Pearly Gates, Grandpa Ott, Scarlett O’Hara, Flying Saucers, Wedding Bells, Blue Star and Summer Skies. By far the most well known variety is Heavenly Blue followed by Pearly Gates, Grandpa Ott and Scarlett O’Hara.

     

    Morning Glory seeds grow in seed pods which form on the plant where once a pollinated flower bloomed. The seeds may be produced any time in after flowers have dropped off the vine. 

     

    Although Morning Glories like a lot of water, if the roots are kept too wet, the vines will produce very few flowers and therefore will set very little seed. Immature seeds are more bitter than ripe ones. It has been reported that immature seeds contain more alkaloids.