IPOMOEA alba (Moonflower)

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Ipomoea alba, called the moonflower, morning glory, is a species of night-morning glory, native to tropical and subtropical regions of North and South America, from Argentina to North Mexico. A fascinating and sweetly-scented Ipomoea alba (Moonflower) earns its name from its pure white flowers which open in the evening and...
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Ipomoea alba, called the moonflower, morning glory, is a species of night-morning glory, native to tropical and subtropical regions of North and South America, from Argentina to North Mexico. A fascinating and sweetly-scented Ipomoea alba (Moonflower) earns its name from its pure white flowers which open in the evening and close when touched by the morning sun. Moonflowers produce new flowers daily.

Number of Seeds Max Coverage Area (Square Ft.)
1OZ 100 11
1/4LB 400 45
1/2LB 800 90
1LB 1,600 180
5LB 8,000 900

Scientific Name: Ipomoea Alba

Common Name: Moonflower

Plant Type: Climbers, Perennials

Family: Convolvulaceae

Native Range: Northern and Southern America, North Mexico

Height: 10-15 "

Spread: 3-6 "

Zone: 10-12

Exposure: Full Sun

Blooming Season: Summer (Mid, Late), Fall

Attracts: Moths and bees

Characteristics: Fragrant, Showy  

Flower Color: White, Purple

Resistant: Deer

Water Requirement: Average

Soil Type: Chalk, Clay, Loam, Sand

Soil pH: Acid, Alkaline, Neutral

Soil Drainage: Moist but well drained

Garden Uses: Ground covers, Hanging Baskets, Walls and Fences

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