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Package of 10 Seeds, Lavender Moonflower (Ipomoea turbinata) Non-GMO Seeds By Seed Needs
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- Quality Moonflower seeds packaged by Seed Needs. Intended for the current and the following growing season. Packets are 3.25" wide by 4.50" tall and come with a full colored illustration on the front side, as well as detailed sowing instructions on the reverse.
- Lavender Moonflower will produce magnificent, purple colored blooms, which are accented by large, spade shaped leaves.
- The plants are vines, much like Morning Glories, and will trail along fences and railings. They are also popularly seen covering a trellis, or even pillars and railings, on balconies and porches as well.
- Lavender Moonflower plants extend outwards, growing to a length of about 8 to 10 feet long.
- All Moonflower seeds sold by Seed Needs are Non-GMO based seed products and are intended for the current & the following growing season. All seeds are produced from open pollinated plants, stored in a temperature controlled facility and constantly moved out due to popularity.
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Grow a garden thats filled with Lavender Moonflower plants, from freshly harvested Ipomoea turbinata seeds. Lavender Moonflower will produce magnificent, purple colored blooms, which are accented by large, spade shaped leaves. The plants are vines, much like Morning Glories, and will trail along fences and railings. They are also popularly seen covering a trellis, or even pillars and railings, on balconies and porches as well. Lavender Moonflower plants extend outwards, growing to a length of about 8 to 10 feet long. Categorized as an annual flowering vine, Lavender Moonflower can grow quickly in a single season. The plants will bare long vining stems, green leaves and beautiful flowers, all within a single season. All plant life will wilt and cease to exist after the first frost arrives. If you allow the flowers to dry out at the end of the season, seeds can be collected for replanting the following year.
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UPDATE: I really don't understand why they are not growing for some! I bought a new package of these beauties and every single one flourished. I even planted some without soaking, but be mindful of keeping the dirt moist while they are watching to hatch, not soggy. And certainly don't let the dirt dry! Still though, I have even planted some of these, forgotten about them, and nature took care of everything for me.
It's been close to a month now, and none have emerged. I give it two stars for the awesome color, but unless another buyer shares his/her success with these seeds I wouldn't recommend them.
UPDATE (17-JUN-12): Two of the 10 seeds planted have (finally) sprouted (for that I added another star).
Year two update - these are now far more prolific in the garden. Have come to really dominate. Surprised and pleased at this turn of events. Posting additional pics.
I started by soaking the seeds in warmer than Luke warm water for about 2 hours, once the shells of the seed were soft I knicked them on the small end with finger nail clippers, I then soaked the soil in the pot before putting the seeds in, placed the seeds at the spots where the cords cross over above the pot to allow them to climb. They started coming out of the soil in about 2 days! It may just be my Incredibly good luck with plants, I have a green thumb, everything I plant grows, but follow this method and I don't see how you could fail. Be gentle when nicking the shell with clippers, it doesn't take much at all, over knicking will damage the root and it won't sprout.