Morning Glory Split Second ANNUAL
Morning Glory Split Second Summer/fall bloom
TO PLANT OUTDOORS
Morning Glory Split Second Sow seeds 2 inches apart in a well-worked garden bed in full sun once danger of spring frost is past. Cover with 1/2 inch of fine soil and keep seed bed moist while awaiting germination. Keep seedlings well weeded and watered.
TO START EARLY INDOORS
Sow seeds 2 inches apart in a container of seed starting mix, 4 to 6 weeks before last expected frost. Cover 1/2 inch deep, keep moist and provide a good light source until seedlings are ready to plant outside. Transplant once weather warms up after gradually acclimating seedlings to outdoor conditions. Thin or transplant seedlings 6 to 8 inches apart when large enough to handle.
Royal Blue Ensign morning glories’ low bush plant habit is convenient and versatile. Grow them in beds or borders, or showcase their glowing color in planters where the striking deep blue will set off the warm yellows and oranges of Ladybird cosmos, dwarf marigolds, or zinnias. If plants get rangy in midsummer, trim them back halfway for another long flush of bloom.
Days to Germinate
March – June
7 – 10 days
12 – 18 inches
Morning Glory Seeds – Dwarf – Royal Ensign
Bold, deep blue blooms of this Dwarf Morning Glory make a regal statement in any garden design! Royal Ensign Morning Glory produce a prolific display of 2 inch, trumpet style flowers in a bold, tricolor pattern of Yellow, White and Blue. Perfect for garden beds, or containers, Dwarf Morning Glory grow in mounding formation up to 8 inches high.