Star of Lazuli

Star of Lazuli Ipomoea Nil|  Varieties Available  |  Splits & Mutations  |

      Star of Lazuli emerged from Chiaki seeds that grew near the “Blast” varieties. This new cross is much larger than Chiaki, has split petals, and variegated tri-lobed leaves. This unexpected cultivar could still be stabilizing, so they could produce even more mutated varieties in future generations.


  Name: Star of Lazuli   Species: Ipomoea Nil
  Color: Blue, white   Star: Blue, white
  Petal: Split, solid, 5+ Petals   Pattern: Solid, spokes, picotee
  Bloom Size: Large, 3 – 5 inch   Leaves: Variegated green, tri-lobed
  Vine: Slightly fuzzy, green, red   Seed: Dark brown, medium
  Height: 8 – 16 ft   Origin: New Chiaki mutation