Ipomoea hederifolia var. lutea
Twining climber, with pointed, dark green leaves and small tubular flowers. The species is orange-red, ours came as seeds of I. h. var. lutea, and sure enough they have more of a yellow coloration.
||Ipomoea luteola; Quamoclit hederifolia
||ivy-leaf morning glory
||vine to 5'
||good garden soil
||scarify, germinate at warm conditions
detailed seed-starting info below
This plant used to grow in our garden, but it slipped away...
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- Seed for var. lutea from '08 trade. Scarified with sandpaper, baggy 75F (81%G, 1d)
- Seed for var. lutea from '08 trade. Sandpapered, baggy 75F (100%G, 3-13d). Needed one additional sandpapering to achieve full G
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April 10, 2010