Cannot ship to Arkansas.
‘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 usually 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; my plants have always produced the double form so far, though. Full sun. Annual.
Collected in October 2022. At least 8 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.
Again, cannot ship to AR.
Please read the germination information as well before ordering.