Sunday, May 3, 2009
RARE KNIOLAS BLACK NIGHT MORNING GLORY
Okay, I know that these ARE Morning Glories, but the color reminded me of the Witching Hour. Too bad that we couldn't get them to bloom in the moonlight!
"Morning Glory, black-purple flowers with a cerise throat in abundance on this climber to 4 feet, flowers from July to October. Easy to germinate and grow, very heat tolerant prefers full sun. If transplanting, start indoors 5-6 weeks before transplant and harden-off before final placement. Direct sow after danger of frost."