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Gorgeous, herbaceous climber related to the Morning Glory. Blooms in the evening and grows wild in the tropics of both hemispheres. Calonyction Aculeatum is the most common kind; It can reach a height of 15 feet or more. It's covered with lovely leaves and white, fragrant flowers that resemble trumpets, up to 6 inches across. Calonyctions (Moonflowers) are able to thrive as perennials outside in the far South only. Otherwise, they may be grown in greenhouses, or started early inside and transferred outdoors later to live as Potting in a greenhouse needs a minimum winter temperature of 45f degrees. They can be planted in large pots or tubs or a prepared bed of soil. The soil mixture to use should consist of two parts loam, one part peat moss or leaf mold, and one part of well-decayed manure with a liberal amount of sand added. The shoots should be trained to a trellis or wires that are attached to the roof or wall of the greenhouse. In the early spring, the soil should be top-dressed with rich compost and wiry shoots are cut out to prevent the plant from becoming crowded. Water should be given abundantly from April to September and liquid fertilizer should be applied once in a while if necessary; the remainder of the year, water sparingly, only when the soil is dry.
Ipomoea abrupta is endemic to Western Australia. The flowers are 10 cm across and pink with a dark throat in the centre of the trumpet shaped flowers.
Plants grow most actively in the wet season and die back in the dry season.
It needs a well drained soil and a sunny position.
Rare in cultivation, this is a small size tree, but very rapidly growing 6-10 ft in a year! So you can have a mature specimen within 1-2 years. This caudiciform tropical tree is mostly found in Mexico. It has pretty white or cream flowers that are funnel-shaped. Flowers are major nectar sources for bats, hummingbirds, and bees.
This sought after "Golden Sweet Potato Vine" is a landscaper's dream. Gorgeous golden/purple foliage is easy to grow and will bring vibrant color and life to your container or garden edges. Full sun, grows to 6" in container, trailing in habit. Ipomoea batatas is easily propagated by stem cuttings and by division of the tubers.
Its striking pink, white and green foliage attracts much attention when used in the garden border or patio container. A vining Sweet Potato, its vigorous growth will amaze you. Hardy Zone 10 and higher Full sun, grows to 6" in container, trailing in habit, minimum temperature 60°F.
Perennial trailing or climbing vine to 15FT. Stems hairless, readily set roots when in touch with the earth. Leaves hairless to 3" long with 5-7 lobes, middle lobe the largest. Flowers purple, pink or whitish pink, to 2" across, solitary or in groups of 2-3. Fruit a 4-valved capsule, about 1cm across, each valve with 1 seed. Seed with wispy hairs attached.
Silver Morning Glory, Bush Morning Glory. This fast growing bush has pretty pink flowers, with a darker more purplish throat, and is attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds. The plant is very easy to grow and drought-tolerant once established.See Special Effects of Morning Glory
Scarlet morning-glory is native to tropical and subtropical North, Central and South America.
The leaf shape is extremely variable. The leaves are generally ovate in shape with pointed tips and heart-shaped bases and are commonly deeply 3-lobed. Each flower stalk may bear a simple flower or may have several flowers. The joined petals may be scarlet to yellowish to orange-red and from 2.5-4.5 cm in length.
Ipomoea horsfalliae - Prince Kuhio Vine. The great ornamental features are beautiful foliage and the flowers. The leaves are palmately divided into five to seven segments, and are very attractive smooth green color. The noticeable long red-purplish flowers are in groups. Even before the flowers emerge the buds are a positive feature, because they look like small berries. Cultivar "Briggsii" has magenta-crimson flowers in early winter.
This unusual vine has up to 12 beautiful tubular flowers on each spike. It's easy to grow, and excellent on a trellis, fence or in a hanging basket. Also makes a great cut flower.
This marginally frost-hardy plant climbs to a height of 15 ft and quickly provides a dense leafy cover over a suitable supporting structure. Seeds should be scarified and soaked in water for 12 to 24 hours to aid germination. Prefers rich, moist, well-drained soil.