5 Un-rooted cuttings for propagating. Ships within the continuous 48 US states only).
Blue Dawn Morning Glory is a vigorous twining evergreen perennial with heart-shaped or 3-lobed leaves and wide-funnel-shaped flowers to 3-4 Inches across, opening over a long period from late spring to autumn. They don’t really close up like annual morning glories, but stay open most of the day and change color on a daily basis, starting out a bright blue in early morning, then changing to a darker blue by mid-day, then to a purplish-blue and finally to a dark pink at the end of the day. At the end of the year when the weather is cooler, the blooms will remain open into the next day turning a bright fuchsia color. Spectacular! The Plant is sterile and does not produce seeds, like other Morning glories, but can set roots of branched fall to the ground. Zone 8-11.
Be mindful of your planting location as this is a fairly aggressive vine that will cover a fence, arbor or trellis very quickly. It also makes and excellent large ground-cover or container specimen.
Other: Ipomoea learii, Ipomoea acuminata, Blue Morning Glory, Blue Dawn Flower, Koali Awa, and Oceanblue Morning Glory