Morning Glory, Scarlett O' Hara
One of the first All-America Selections winners.
Fast-growing, 8-10 ft. vines with attractive foliage and cheerful rosy red 3-4" flowers. Covers fences, arbors and porch posts. Easy to grow. Grows best in full sun. GARDEN HINTS: For best germination, soak seeds overnight before planting. For earlier bloom, start indoors 6 weeks before outdoor planting time.
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Order: 1 Pkt. (150 seeds)
Trellis or Lattice
Direct Sow/Indoor Sow
SunFull SunHeight8-10 feetSpread6 feetOrnamental UseTrellis or LatticeLife CycleAnnualSow MethodDirect Sow/Indoor SowFloweringtrueBloom Duration8
Morning Glory, Scarlett O' Hara is rated out of 5 by 11.Rated 2 out of 5 by mtgardner from Not Red These did not flower red. They are purple. Not what I wanted.Date published: 2015-07-28Rated 1 out of 5 by ChattGardener5 from NOT scarlet (not red at all) There flowers are smaller than any other morning glories I have seen, and they are NOT RED. They are a dark pink, a purplish pink. That is not at all what I had wanted or expected.Date published: 2014-09-21Rated 2 out of 5 by CherieFromChester from Purple flowers Mine have started blooming and the flowers are 100% purple, with a white throat. About 2.5 inches across. Vigorous growers, large leaves that are medium green.Date published: 2014-06-21Rated 1 out of 5 by Nate76018 from Dissappointed after sowing Scarlet Morning Glories When flowers began to bloom they were pink.Date published: 2013-10-22Rated 3 out of 5 by MorningGloryMn from Scarlett O'Hara Morning Glory This Morning Glory has been growing since June and still has no blooms. It is planted in full sun on the south side of the house. The purple morning glory has been blooming for a month and a half. Suggestions would be appreciated.Date published: 2010-09-01Rated 4 out of 5 by GardenerMusician from Grew excellent, just wrong color The plants grew very well, however they were not the red color. When they bloomed they were all white. Still very pretty, just not what I was anticipating.Date published: 2009-04-30Rated 5 out of 5 by Jedediah from Lined the garden We used this and two other types to line the garden fence with. Adds quite a bit of color, and when they are well established next year, I know I can count on even more. One of the better buys I think to liven things up a bit.Date published: 2008-10-07Rated 5 out of 5 by Mxstressica from Beautiful Vibrant Color I clipped the edge of the seeds with a nail trimmer and soaked them overnight. I started them indoors in March and grew them in a window until it was warm enough to move them outside. I trained it up a trellis in a container on my back porch in partial shade and it still bloomed well! It ran up the balcony and across the roof of our porch, so be warned. I didn't mind at all - the blossoms are gorgeous and look lovely against the bright chartruese green leaves. Very hardy and easy to grow.Date published: 2008-04-07