BUY MORNING GLORY SEEDS ONLINE
BUY MORNING GLORY SEEDS ONLINE Growing morning glory from seeds is simple. The y require a long growing season, so sow seed in early to mid-spring. Soak seeds in warm water overnight to soften the hard seed coat before you plant them. Sow them 1/2 inch deep in moist seed compost pots and place them in a warm area to germinate
How to plant morning glory seeds.
Similarly, when planting outdoors, sow seeds 1/2 inch deep after the last frost, and keep them moist while germinating. Seeds will germinate in 5-21 days.
Seeds can be nicked and soaked in water for 24 hours before planting for better results. Thin seedlings to 4-6 inches apart. Provide support so the young plants can climb.
If you have trouble getting morning glory started, make sure the planting site is in full sun and that the seedlings never dry out until they become established. Provide an organic bloom fertilizer two or three times during the gardening season.
Morning glory vines usually aren’t bothered by insects or diseases, but a couple of garden pests including aphids and leafminer may be found attacking morning glory. Monitor your plant weekly and if you notice any pests try the following:
- Remove weeds and other garden debris to eliminate alternate hosts.
- Discard severely infested plants by securely bagging and putting them in the trash.
- Release commercially available beneficial insects— ladybugs, lacewing — to attack and destroy insect pests.
- Spot treat pest problem areas with neem oil or another organic pesticide.
Foliage and flowers, on the other hand, are susceptible to fungal problems including leaf spot, thread blight, white blister, rust, and Fusarium wilt, especially if they experience a lot of wet weather consistently. To reduce these plant diseases:
- Avoid overhead watering whenever possible (use soaker hoses or drip irrigation)
- Properly space plants to improve air circulation
- Apply copper or sulfur sprays to prevent further infection
- If problems persist, remove and discard infected plants