- Annual vining plants grow up to 12 feet tall
- Perennial plant in southern/warm climates
- White blossoms are up to 6 inches and open at night
- Extremely fragrant and attracts pollinators
Please note: The Arizona Department of Agriculture prohibits the sale of any plant in the genus of Ipomoea, which includes Moonflower.
(Ipomoea noctiflora) Beautiful 5-6" blossoms are closed all day until sunset when the flowers open, releasing one of the most fragrant perfumes in the summer garden. Frequently visited by night pollinators. Annual in the North, perennial in milder areas. Vines 8-12' tall, if given proper support. Although frequently visited by hummingbird moths, the plants, seeds, and foliage of this variety are all poisonous—please use caution.
Learn to Grow Moonflower
Direct Seed: 1/2" Deep
Germination: 5-21 Days
Thin: 4-6" Apart
Support: Trellis or Arbor
Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors after the last frost. Keep moist while germinating. Seeds can be slightly chipped and soaked in warm water for 24 hours before planting for better results. Prefers full sun and moist average soil.
Ratings & Reviews
beautiful and easy
So easy to grow, very thick vines that just keep growing, beautiful scent and a pleasure to wait to open each evening.