Morning Glory Red Feather Seeds
Info: Morning Glory Red Feather produces attractive star-shaped flowers of deep carmine colour and with a white heart. The lush foliage of this special variety is nicely feathered.
As the name suggests, the Morning Glory has glorious funnel-shaped flowers in bright colours. They open as soon as the sun reaches the flowers and in the evening they twist back in. They are fast-growing climbing plants that can climb up to 3 m high and also provide good visual protection. They are easy to care for, get along well in the sun and semi-shade and only need a standard garden soil.
Sowing & care: Sowing takes place directly outdoors from mid-April to May, preferably near a fence or trellis for climbing. Sowing depth 2-3 mm and planting distance 40-50 cm. The garden soil should not be too acidic and should be watered and fertilized regularly. Avoid waterlogging.
|Botanical name||Ipomoea tricolor quamoclit|
|Sowing||from mid-April / May outdoors|
|Location||sunny to half-shady location, nutrient-rich garden soil|
|Germination temperature||16 - 20°C|
|Germination||7 - 14 days|
|Blooming||June - October|
|Height||up to 300 cm|
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