Scientific name: Ipomoea Nil
Morning Glory ‘Milky Way’ produces pure white flowers with a purple star.
A herbaceous twining annual with hairy stems up to 3m or more. Bright green, sparsely hairy, heart-shaped leaves. Purplish-blue, reddish, magenta or white funnel-shaped flowers, sometimes with contrasting stripes from November to May. This creeper invades woodlands, waste areas, arable land, roadsides, river banks and coastal dunes.
Flowers mainly during November-May, but throughout the year in tropical climates. Fruit/Seeds: Produces small capsules.
Seeds on offer is for the milky way color morning glory variety, as shown in the pictures.