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Ipomoea cordatotriloba Pink Cotton Morning Glory


This tiny pink morning glory grows wild in Texas and Mexico, but is almost unheard of elsewhere. It's tiny, bright pink and enthusiastic, a standout in any garden.

Ipomoea cordatotriloba is a pink morning glory native to the southern U.S. where it soaks up the heat and thrives year round. It climbs quickly, blooms candy pink 2" flowers in magnificent profusion, and looks gorgeous spilling over a trellis or tumbling across a wall.

Pink Cotton grows in all zones from 3-10 and can be perennial where the weather is warm. Grow it in a hanging basket or anywhere there's something to climb. It blooms profusely, with as many as 50 blossoms at a time. Hummingbirds love it.

15 seeds.

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