Planting morning glories early in the season?

ponyexpress_1April 23, 2013

I have a question about when to sow my morning glory seeds. I have grown them in the past and this year bought several different varieties from a vendor on ebay. Some of the packs say to soak overnight which is what I normally do after the last frost. Some say to sow early in the season. My question is how early is early? Should I scarify and soak them too? Are they all the same or do some have different requirements? The varieties I have are Akatsuki no Umi, Star of India, Light Pink Hige #6, Heavenly Blue and a Japanese American mix that were free.

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Plant out when the ground and night temperature is consistently warm, like over 55 F. I plant out after Mother's Day in northern Delaware.

You'll be growing some of my favorites. Be sure to post flower and leaf photos here in the forum.

    Bookmark   April 24, 2013 at 8:03AM
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