IPOMOEA 'GRANDPA OTT'S'
A vigorous climber that thrives in the heat of summer, 'Grandpa Ott's' is an old heirloom morning glory from Iowa that self-seeds reliably each year. From summer to autumn, the vines produce small, deep purple-blue blooms, each with a red star in its throat, providing a lovely foil for the heart-shaped leaves. The foliage is a beautiful, dense rich green,
Seeds may be sown at any time when you can give adequate heat and light but are best sown in early spring in a propagator, warm greenhouse or on a windowsill for late spring planting. Alternatively sow outdoors March-April.
Common name:Heirloom Morning Glory, Ipomoea nil
Classification:Half hardy climber, Half hardy annual
Packet Content:15 (Approx)