‘Sunrise Serenade’ morning glory (usually listed as Ipomoea purpurea but sometimes as I. x imperialis) produces vigorous twining stems with large, rich green, heart-shaped leaves and reddish pink, white-throated flowers from mid- (or more likely late) summer to frost. Somewhat small but very showy, the typical blooms are described as “double” and have a sort of ruffled or shredded appearance. Apparently, it’s not unusual for some of the flowers to be single, so don’t be surprised if that happens. Full sun. Annual.
Harvested in September and October 2020. At least 6 seeds. Be aware that these seeds are open-pollinated, and I grow other morning glories, so there is a possibility of some genetic variation. I do try to keep the various strains separated, though, to minimize the chance of crossing.
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