The Spring of the Heian Era

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

      Heian no Haru, or The Spring of the Heian Era, brightens the garden with its light pink blooms. The main difference between Heian no Haru and Heian no Yoso-oi is that Heian no Haru has no white picotee edge. The gorgeous massive blooms are almost as big as the moonflower, but with the delicate pink hue of the spring.
 
 
 

 

 
CULTIVAR DETAILS:
  Name: The Spring of the Heian Era / Heian no Haru   Species: Ipomoea Nil
  Color: Bright pink   Star: Bright pink
  Petal: Solid, 5+ Petals   Pattern: Solid
  Bloom Size: Massive, 4 – 6 inches   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 Spring of the Heian Era / Heian no Haru blooms from 2014:
 
 

 

 
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