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Morning Glory 'Mini Sky Blue'

…climber. Compact in size, Morning Glory ?Mini Sky Blue? is the perfect climber for creating a lush surrounding without getting too large, yet its fast growing nature means it will quickly scramble up a support and provide a wonderful summer of colour. This versatile …  More Info

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Morning Glory 'Hazelwood Blues'

…some of the most attractive shades of blue available in Morning Glories. This is a truly vigorous annual climber, ideal for covering fences, trellis or an ornamental garden arch. Ipomoea Hazelwood Blues will also look spectacular planted in a large container…  More Info

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Morning Glory 'Split Second Double'

…The unusual blooms of Ipomoea ?Split Second Double? take the genus to another level. Tassled and fancy, this fabulous Morning Glory vine looks most unlike traditional Ipomoea plants you may be familiar with! Heart-shaped foliage and large peony blooms born on…  More Info

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Morning Glory 'Kniolas Black Night'

An abundance of very attractive purple - black flowers with cerise throats, covering this very vigorous climber. Ideal planted in a sunny situation, up trellis or left to ramble amongst other climbers or shrubs. Climbs to 180-240cm (6-8ft). Useful Links: How to sow flower seeds…  More Info

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Morning Glory 'Star Of Yelta'

A stunning and very striking garden plant which can be used as a climber or ground cover subject. The large flower buds open to royal a deep purple, silk-like, 7cm (3in) bloom with rich red vein markings, forming a star from the very centre to the petal tips. You can also grow it in…  More Info

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Ipomoea x sloteri 'Cardinal Climber'

One of the easiest yet most dramatic of any Morning Glory plant, Ipomoea x sloteri 'Cardinal Climber' has a profusion of bright red flowers during the height of summer, combined with unusual serrated foliage too. A self supporting twining plant that will easily…  More Info

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