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4 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow long blooming
What are the cons? Didn't grow enough
Very easy to grow. I planted and mulched and trellis and walked way!! Super easy to grow. Continuously bloomed thought spring and fall!! Beautiful color. Should have planted them closer in my garden so I could walk by them more often
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3 out of 3 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Color
What are the cons? none
Pretty and prolific bloomer. Seems to produce more single blooms as the season wears on. My vines are such a tangle though, I may just have one rogue single bloomer mixed in with all of the doubles!
What are the pros? Provides color quickly
What are the cons? None
I purchased both Split Second and Sunrise Serenade seeds for 2017 and sprouted the seeds again this year. They both have many beautiful double flowers. Split Second is one of the first morning glories to begin blooming and slows down in the heat of summer but produces a few more blooms again in cooler temps. Sunrise Serenade begins blooming later and puts on a beautiful show until frost. Both are beautiful!
What are the pros? color, shape
I am obsessed with these. The prettiest morning glory I've even seen. I'm definitely stocking up them for next year.
42 out of 42 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Fluffy like a peony
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.