Morning Glory Seeds

Fast growing, with loads of blooms

Looking for a plant that will add color to your garden and attract some of your favorite backyard friends? Then it’s time for you to plant morning glories! This fast-growing annual vine will astonish you with various beautifully colored flowers, including blue, pink, purple, red, white and multi-colored varieties. You can use it to cover arbors, screens, trellises and other garden structures with dense, lush foliage and large, brilliantly colored, trumpet-shaped blooms. Or, you can allow the morning glory vines to form a dense groundcover. So, regardless of your garden design or space, growing morning glories can work in a variety of spaces.

Morning glories can be started inside or direct-sown outdoors. You can sow them outdoors from late spring to early summer as soon as the temperature hits about 64°F (18°C). The seeds are easy to direct-sow into your sunny garden or containers, and once they take off, they tend to bloom from summer until the first frost. They’re a low-maintenance, drought-resistant plant that enjoys full sun. However, regular watering, especially during dry periods, and the use of mulch to retain moisture will be well-liked by these vines. 

Not only will the morning glory add some beauty to your garden, but it will also attract hummingbirds, butterflies and ladybugs. This makes it the perfect choice for those looking to add some color and life to their space and attract much-needed pollinators!