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.
 
 

 

 
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, 5-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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