Unusual snow-white flowers with a blue star in the form of short veins.
One of the most beautiful garden vines, about 250 cm high. The leaves are heart-shaped, on long petioles. Funnel-shaped flowers, large.
Blooms profusely from July to October.
Used for vertical decoration of flower beds for various purposes.
The plant is light and thermophilic. Prefers a sunny place, fertile, loose soils. Sowing seeds is carried out in May in open ground, 2-3 seeds per hole to a depth of 2 cm.
Seeds are pre-soaked for 1-2 hours. At a temperature of +18°C shoots appear on the 7-14th day. The distance between plants is 15-20 cm.
Eng.: Japanese morning-glory, white-edge morning-glory. Suom.: Keisarinkierto. Sven.: Kejsarvinda. Bot. syn.: Convolvulus dillenii Desr., Convolvulus nil L., Convolvulus tomentosus Vell., Ipomoea cuspidata, Ipomoea dillenii (Desr.), Ipomoea longicuspis Meisn., Ipomoea scabra Forssk., Ipomoea vaniotiana H.Lév., Pharbitis cuspidata, Pharbitis limbata Lindl. (Ipomoea nil var. limbata (Lindl.), Pharbitis nil.