Quamoclit coccinea
Brand: Legutko
In a pack:1,0 g
Availability:In Stock
1.31€ 1.56€
Ex Tax: 1.09€
Red morning glory - Quamoclit coccinea.
One of the most beautiful garden vines.
The stems reach 2.5 m in length. The funnel-shaped flowers are bright red, about 10 cm in diameter.
Blooms profusely from July to October.
Widely used for vertical decoration of flower beds for various purposes.
Agricultural technology.
The plant is light and heat-loving, drought-resistant. Prefers loose, nutritious soils. Propagated by sowing seeds in May for a permanent place, 2-3 seeds per hole or in peat pots in April. Seeds must be soaked for 24 hours. At a soil temperature of +20°C shoots appear in 6-14 days. Seedlings are planted with a clod of earth, maintaining a distance between plants of 15-20 cm.

Eng.: Tall Morning Glory. 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 (L.) Choisy.

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