100.0% would recommend this item to a friend.
2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Fluffy like a peony
What are the cons? None
I am a morning glory and sweet pea nut! I planted these in large pots with compost. The blooms are so thickly frilly they remind me of Peony's. Not especially fragrant but pretty pink color with zillions of blooms. I am extremely satisfied and must have them again next year. Morning glories, unlike sweet peas can be started indoors in large paper cups, adding a little soil for support as the seedlings grow and can only be placed outdoors after frost danger is gone. They grow quickly once the weather becomes hot.
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15 out of 16 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Unique and Easy to Grow
What are the cons? none
Growing these at the entrance to my driveway and I am enjoying them so much! Planted in soil amended with compost and the vines are about 7-8 ft and spilling over the top of the fence. Easy to grow. Covered in delicate pink, nonstop blooms that make me smile each morning as I leave for work. Blooms begin to fade by late afternoon. If you are looking for a climber that evokes romance, this is it.