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Morning Glory 'Scarlet O’Hara’- Pink Morning Glory - NYC Local Pick Up and Delivery only


Scarlett O’Hara morning glories, named after the fiery protagonist of Margaret Mitchell's "Gone with the Wind," are a dazzling cultivar of the traditional morning glory flower. With their rich, deep crimson petals and striking contrast against lush green foliage, Scarlett O’Hara morning glories evoke a sense of passion and drama in any garden or landscape. These vigorous climbers bloom profusely throughout the summer months, unfurling their vibrant blooms in the early morning hours to greet the day with a burst of color. Adaptable and easy to grow, they thrive in full sun and well-drained soil, making them a favorite choice for trellises, fences, and arbors, where they can showcase their captivating beauty for all to admire. Whether adorning a cottage garden or adding a touch of romance to a balcony, Scarlett O’Hara morning glories are sure to captivate the hearts of both gardeners and passersby alike.

Ed's Plant Profile

  • Botanical Name: Ipomoea tricolor
  • Common Name: Morning Glory, Heavenly Blue Morning Glory, Blue Morning Glory, Morning Glory Vine
  • Family: Convolvulaceae
  • Native Range: Tropics of the Americas
  • Plant Type: Annual

Ed's Care Guide

  • Care: Easy
  • Light: Moderate to Bright, will bloom best in full sun
  • Water: Keep soil moist, but not soggy
  • Humidity: All levels are acceptable
  • Temperature: 55-85F will not tolerate a hard freeze
  • Pruning: Prune vines to keep in control when needed
  • FeedingFertilize every three weeks during the warmer months with blossom-boosting fertilizer
  • Propagation: Not recommended
  • Pests: Few if any
  • Toxicity: May cause a tummy ache in pets if a large amount is consumed

oScarlett O’Hara morning glories stand out as a delightful choice among annual vines for their stunning visual appeal, easy cultivation, and versatile use in garden landscapes. These vibrant blooms, named after the iconic character from "Gone with the Wind," boast striking crimson petals that add a bold splash of color to any outdoor space. As annuals, they offer the advantage of fast growth and prolific flowering, ensuring a season-long display of their captivating blossoms. Their vigorous climbing habit makes them ideal for covering trellises, fences, and arbors, creating enchanting vertical accents in gardens of any size. Additionally, their low-maintenance nature and adaptability to various soil and light conditions make them accessible even to novice gardeners. With their charm, resilience, and ability to transform any setting into a scene of natural beauty, Scarlett O’Hara morning glories unquestionably earn their place as a cherished annual vine in the garden.