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Ipomea ‘Tie Dye’

Morning glory

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Cultivar‘Tie Dye’

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Natural morning glories are North American natives, but this cultivar is not found in the wild.

Identification: These vines reach 12′ (3.7 m) in length. Stems have fuzzy hairs. Leaves are heart-shaped. Flowers are trumpet-shaped, pink, purple, or blue, up to 6″ (15 cm) around, with uneven colored stripes radiating from the center.

Edibility: Poisonous Skull & Crossbones Seeds and plants are poisonous when ingested.

Online References:

Dave’s Garden



Ipomea ‘Tie Dye’ description by Thomas H. Kent, last updated 25 May 2020.

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Ipomea ‘Tie (morning glory)

9/7/2010 · Tower Hill Botanic Garden, Boylston, Mass­a­chu­setts · ≈ 12 × 8″ (31 × 20 cm)

Range: Zones 8a-9b:

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