The Fountain of the Heian Era

The Fountain of the Heian Era / Heian no Izumi Ipomoea Nil|  Varieties Available  |  Ipomoea Nil  |  Heian (Ancient Kyoto)  |

      Heian no Izumi, or The Fountain of the Heian Era, blooms just like a fountain of massive lavender silk beauty. The bloom is so big it sometimes has difficulty opening into a fully round bloom, so its unique cascading petals give it a distinctly far-eastern appearance. As with the other Heian cultivars, the Fountain of the Heian Era produces few seeds due to its difficulty fully closing and creating seeds.Sold Out! Planting more this year to be available in 2017.
 
 

 

 
CULTIVAR DETAILS:
  Name: The Fountain of the Heian Era / Heian no Izumi   Species: Ipomoea Nil
  Color: Lavender   Star: Lavender
  Petal: Solid, 5+ Petals   Pattern: Solid
  Bloom Size: Massive, 4 – 6 inch   Leaves: Variegated green, five-lobed
  Vine: Slightly fuzzy, green, red   Seed: Black, medium
  Height: 8 – 14 ft   Origin: Kimonoya Japan
 
Take a look at some of our The Fountain of the Heian Era / Heian no Izumi blooms from 2014:
 
 

 

 
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