Heavenly Blue Morning Glory Seeds


3.3333333333333 out of 5 stars
(9 reviews)
Availability: In Stock
This showy climber will dazzle all who are lucky enough to behold it! Morning glory is so named because the flowers open in the cool of morning, then close when it gets too hot. On cloudy days and in the fall, the blossoms stay open all day. Caution: Parts of this plant are toxic if ingested.

We cannot ship this variety to Arizona or as per state regulations. Please do not order if your shipping address is in these states.

$2.29 2 grams (~48 seeds)

Botanical Name: Ipomoea tricolor

Family: Convolvulaceae

Native: Neotropics

Hardiness: Annual

Plant Dimensions: 15' vine

Variety Information: 4"–5" wide, sky blue flowers with white throats

Exposure: Full sun

Bloom Period: Summer to frost

Attributes: Attracts Pollinators, Deer Resistant

When to Sow Outside: RECOMMENDED. 1 to 2 weeks after your average last frost date. Plants started too early outside will end up less vigorous than plants started when warmer.

When to Start Inside: 4 to 6 weeks before transplanting outside. Sow into a biodegradable pot that can be directly planted in the ground to avoid disturbing roots.

Days to Emerge: 5–15 days

Seed Depth: ½"

Seed Spacing: A group of of 3 seeds every 6" – 12"

Thinning: When 2" tall thin to 1 every 6" – 12"

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Heavenly Blue Morning Glory Seeds Reviews

9 reviews


5 out of 5 stars Jul 16, 2019
I've never jumped to buy annual flower seeds before, so this was my first time growing anything like this. This was by fair the fastest seeds to sprout I've ever seen. No joke they were up and out within 2 days. Might be alien! And honestly my favorite flower in my garden this year. They have changed my opinion of annuals and I will be getting crazy with these next year!!!
Triniti from CA


5 out of 5 stars Jan 2, 2020


5 out of 5 stars Jun 17, 2020
These are incredible! Same experience as the previous review - these little buds emerge in just a few days and within a week are a beautifuul cluster of greenery. I cannot wait for the flowers, but simply amazed at how fast these buds emerged after just a few days from seeds.
OceanbeachSF from CA

No Flowers

1 out of 5 stars Sep 27, 2020
Second year in a row...beautiful, lush vines but no flowers on the morning Glories. :(
Mary Jo from WI
Owner Response: Hi Mary Jo, I am glad you shared your experience as it may help others growing morning glories also. Morning glories grow best in poor soil and are sensitive to nitrogen-rich conditions, including fertilizer. If the soil is too rich with nitrogen, or they are fertilized with nitrogen you will see large, lush plants, but they will fail to flower. If you didn' amend your soil, you may want to perform a soil test so you can choose a less rich area for these beautiful blooms.

Sad Heavenly Blue Morning Glory

1 out of 5 stars Oct 20, 2020
The greens were full, lush and vigorous but that was the only thing that grew. Not one flower produced.
Jo from MN
Owner Response: Hi Jo, Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback. Morning glories flower best in lean, poor soil. In nitrogen-rich soil or if fertilized they will respond by growing beautiful, lush foliage rather than flowers. We are always happy to help troubleshoot growing issues as they come up; please don't hesitate to contact us for help. You can find tips like this and more on the inside of the seed packet. We sure hope you will try again with this popular variety. Happy gardening!

Late to bloom, but worth the wait

5 out of 5 stars Nov 26, 2021
I sowed these outdoors in toilet paper cardboard rolls in April, protecting emerging seeds from frost in covered containers. Blooms began last week of August. By late October, vines were covered with jaw dropping blue blossoms. They were grown in a big pot with sturdy 5' green plastic/metal supports to climb.
Kathleen from PA

heavenly blue morning glory

1 out of 5 stars Dec 30, 2021
Very very poor blossom production.
patricia from VT
Owner Response: Hi Patricia, It sounds like some tips on morning glories could be helpful here. Bloom production is driven by plant age and environmental factors and in morning glories case day length also. One great strength of morning glories is that they perform like gangbusters in poor soil, but likewise in rich soil, their bloom production will be stiffled. Try these somewhere will poor, neglected soil for a beautiful show of low-maintenance blooms. Happy gardening!

Morning Glories

5 out of 5 stars Jan 25, 2022
The flowers were beautiful and even though I did not give them the best in growing conditions, they prospered and produced many lovely flowers in heavenly blue. I could not plant in ground where I originally wanted to do so because of squirrels tearing out any seedlings I plant in a good spot for vining.
Linda from PA

Low Germination is a Puzzle

2 out of 5 stars Feb 9, 2022
The germination rate on these seeds has been very low. I don't understand it, because I am having great success with Cardinal Climber and Moonflower seeds started indoors at the same time with the same conditions. Disappointed. I have had good success with this variety before. ?
Jennifer from AL
Owner Response: Hi Jennifer, We are sorry you had germination issues with this seed. Soaking and nicking seeds assist with germination. Quality is important to us and our seeds are tested frequently by a third-party laboratory to ensure germination rates meet federal and our own standards. A customer service agent will contact you by email to help.

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