Ipomoea purpurea ‘Split Second Double Cherry’

Description

A new ‘twist’ on morning glories! From Baker Creek: “Shell-pink to almost coral, fully double flowers have individual petals—gone is the trumpet form of regular morning glories! The margins of these individual petals are notched and frilled; the overall effect is that of a peony, or parrot-tulip, yet the vigorous vines easily climb 4-6 feet!” Charming, quick-to-bloom plant is nice on a small trellis or covering a low fence. Blooms continually July to September.  Sun or part shade.

A new ‘twist’ on morning glories! From Baker Creek: “Shell-pink to almost coral, fully double flowers have individual petals—gone is the trumpet form of regular morning glories! The margins of these individual petals are notched and frilled; the overall effect is that of a peony, or parrot-tulip, yet the vigorous vines easily climb 4-6 feet!” Charming, quick-to-bloom plant is nice on a small trellis or covering a low fence. Blooms continually July to September.  Sun or part shade.