Garden Lovers Club
Chocolate Morning Glory (10 seeds)
(Ipomoea nil) The Japanese started selecting morning glories in the 9th century, and this selection is one of their most stunning. Huge, 5-6 inch blooms are in the loveliest creamy, chocolate-pink color. Large plants produce loads of these beauties that are so rare and unique. Imperial Japanese morning glories were quite popular in America during Victorian times, and we plan to make them popular here once again!