Seed Needs, Black Kniolas Morning Glory (Ipomoea purpurea) Twin Pack of 100 Seeds Each Untreated

Seed Needs, Black Kniolas Morning Glory (Ipomoea purpurea) Twin Pack of 100 Seeds Each Untreated
  • Seed Needs, Black Kniolas Morning Glory (Ipomoea purpurea) Twin Pack of 100 Seeds Each Untreated
  • Seed Needs, Black Kniolas Morning Glory (Ipomoea purpurea) Twin Pack of 100 Seeds Each Untreated
  • Seed Needs, Black Kniolas Morning Glory (Ipomoea purpurea) Twin Pack of 100 Seeds Each Untreated
  • Seed Needs, Black Kniolas Morning Glory (Ipomoea purpurea) Twin Pack of 100 Seeds Each Untreated
  • Seed Needs, Black Kniolas Morning Glory (Ipomoea purpurea) Twin Pack of 100 Seeds Each Untreated

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  • over a fence or trellis with the Black Kniolas Morning Glory, from freshly harvested Ipomoea purpurea climber seeds. Black Kniolas will produce deep purple colored flowers with pinkish white throats. The blooms will open up to a diameter of roughly 5 inches wide, displaying a deep magenta colored star. The star shape is created with an indentation on the saucer like petals. Each vine should grow to a mature length of about 7 to 13 feet long, populated with heart shaped leaves. Black Kniolas gets its name for being one of the darkest varieties of Ipomoea available. On a shady day, free of sunlight, the blooms will appear almost black. These beauties create an eye popping contrast when planted near a white fence, or with the Pearly Gates Morning Glory. This heirloom vine has been used for decades, to cover old fences with its attractive, spade shaped leaves and cheery flowers. It is also used on porches and balconies, covering railings, posts and pillars as well. Although Black Kniolas Morning Glory is sought after by many gardeners across the world, you might be surprised to learn that in some states, it is considered an invasive species. You should consider checking into which varieties of Morning Glory plants are allowed in your state, if any at all. The plants themselves do not require much maintenance and grow vigorously when left unattended for weeks at a time.

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over a fence or trellis with the Black Kniolas Morning Glory, from freshly harvested Ipomoea purpurea climber seeds. Black Kniolas will produce deep purple colored flowers with pinkish white throats. The blooms will open up to a diameter of roughly 5 inches wide, displaying a deep magenta colored star. The star shape is created with an indentation on the saucer like petals. Each vine should grow to a mature length of about 7 to 13 feet long, populated with heart shaped leaves. Black Kniolas gets its name for being one of the darkest varieties of Ipomoea available. On a shady day, free of sunlight, the blooms will appear almost black. These beauties create an eye popping contrast when planted near a white fence, or with the Pearly Gates Morning Glory. This heirloom vine has been used for decades, to cover old fences with its attractive, spade shaped leaves and cheery flowers. It is also used on porches and balconies, covering railings, posts and pillars as well. Although Black Kniolas Morning Glory is sought after by many gardeners across the world, you might be surprised to learn that in some states, it is considered an invasive species. You should consider checking into which varieties of Morning Glory plants are allowed in your state, if any at all. The plants themselves do not require much maintenance and grow vigorously when left unattended for weeks at a time.