Entireleaf Morning Glory

Entireleaf Morning Glory Ipomoea Hederacea var Integriuscula|  Varieties Available  |  Ipomoea Hederacea  |

      This amazing little blue beauty came up with seeds that were marked lindheimeri but their leaves were all heart-shaped instead of multi-lobed like the Lindheimeri’s Morning Glory has. Another difference is this variety had no scent, like the Lindheimeri itself has. After a year of searching for what this variety was, and with the help of a friend, I have come to believe this variety is the Entireleaf Morning Glory. It is pretty and closely resembles Ivy Leaf Morning Glory, which has tri-lobed variegated green leaves.


  Name: Entireleaf Morning Glory   Species: Ipomoea Hederacea var Integriuscula
  Color: Blue   Star: Blue
  Petal: Solid, 5 Petals   Pattern: Solid
  Bloom Size: Small, 1 – 1½ inch   Leaves: Green, heart shaped
  Vine: Slightly fuzzy, green, red   Seed: Black, medium
  Height: 8 – 12 ft   Origin: Unexpected Volunteer
Take a look at some of our Entireleaf Morning Glory blooms from 2014: