‘Fuji no Murasaki’ Japanese morning glory (Ipomoea nil) is a real beauty, with deep purple-blue flowers that have a white throat and a white rim that spokes into the petals. The coloring of the blooms is particularly interesting up close, with watercolor-like shading. As the blooms age, they tend to take on pink tinges. The twining vines also carry green leaves that are splashed with irregular gray to silver markings. Full sun. Annual.
Harvested in September and October 2020. At least 10 seeds. Be aware that these seeds are open-pollinated, and I do grow other morning glories, so there is a possibility of some genetic variation. I do try to keep the various strains well separated, though, to minimize the chance of crossing.