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Scarlet O' Hara Morning Glory Seeds

South GA Seed Company

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Scarlet O'Hara Morning Glory, also known as Ipomoea nil, is a beautiful flowering plant that is native to tropical regions of Asia. It is a member of the Morning Glory family and is known for its striking red flowers that bloom in the morning and fade throughout the day. The flowers of the Scarlet O'Hara Morning Glory are trumpet-shaped and can grow up to 4 inches in diameter. They have a bright red color with a darker center and are surrounded by lush, green foliage. The plant itself can grow up to 10 feet long and is a fast climber, making it an excellent choice for trellises, fences, and other structures. In addition to its stunning beauty, Scarlet O'Hara Morning Glory is also very easy to grow and care for. It prefers full sun and well-drained soil, and can be grown from seed or from cuttings. With proper care, this plant can bloom from early summer through the fall, providing a beautiful display of color for your garden or landscape.

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How to grow 

Soak the seeds in water for 24 hours before planting them. This will help soften the hard outer shell of the seed and allow for better germination. Choose a planting location that receives full sun throughout the day, with well-drained soil. If you are planting in a container, make sure it has drainage holes. Plant the seeds in the soil about 1/2 inch deep, and space them about 6 inches apart. Water the soil thoroughly after planting. As the plants grow, provide support such as a trellis or fence for them to climb. Morning glories can grow up to 10 feet tall! Water the plants regularly, but be careful not to overwater as this can cause the roots to rot.

  1. Morning glories can be susceptible to pests such as aphids and spider mites. Keep an eye out for any signs of infestation and treat with an organic insecticide if necessary.
  2. Enjoy the beautiful blooms! Morning glories come in a variety of colors, including purple, pink, blue, and white. They typically bloom from mid-summer to early fall.