Morning glory is a classical favorite for gardeners. Flying saucers is among the most sought-after varieties of morning glory, valued for its blue, white-streaked flowers. This easy-to-grow flowering vine produces, as the name suggests, sizable saucer-shaped blooms. Climbing as high as 10 feet, this abundant bloomer is perfect for decorating mailboxes, fences, trellis and handrails. The plants produce numerous seed pods each containing four to six seeds, which should easily allow the plant to reseed itself for the following season. The seeds also have a historical significance in that they were used by Native Americans, most notably the Aztecs, who called the plant “tlitliltzin,” for divination. They believed the seeds would help them communicate with the Sun Gods. This picture was taken in summer of 2014 of a flower grown from our seed stock.
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