Whitestar Morning Glory

Whitestar Morning Glory Ipomoea Wrightii|  Varieties Available  |  Ipomoea Lacunosa  |

      These tiny white blooms with pink anthers are the smallest white morning glories around. This variety produces copious amounts of flowers and seeds. The leaves are lyre-shaped tri-lobed with green and purple colored vines. Though the black seeds are very small, they are similar to Ipomoea Cordatotriloba Tievine’s seeds, smooth and resilient.


  Name: Whitestar Morning Glory   Species: Ipomoea Lacunosa
  Color: White   Star: White
  Petal: Solid, 5 Petals   Pattern: Solid, pink anthers
  Bloom Size: Small, ¼ – ½ inch   Leaves: Green, tri-lobed
  Vine: Smooth, green, purple   Seed: Black, smooth, small
  Height: 8 – 16 ft   Origin: South Pines Seeds