Rosie's Pink

Flowers / Morning Glory

I developed Rosie's Pink from a sport that appeared in 2015. The parent plant was Hazelwood Blues. I collected 5 seeds that year. 2020 was the first year I offered it on the Exchange. Named after my much-adored elderly cat, who passed in the spring of 2015. Blooms are intense pink with white centers and almost-orange vibrant rays. Both Two-spotted Long Horn Bees and Bumble Bees like these in my garden. Prefers full sun for the most brilliant display and most vigorous plants. Seeds are easy to collect--simply rub the dry pods in the fall between your fingers. Will also self-seed for years of enjoyment. NOTE: Seed is from 2019. I am unable to continue to grow this in isolation from my other morning glories at this time.

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