Buy 10 Little Bell Morning Glory Seeds grown organically in my garden! These tiny lavender colored flower, Ipomoea Triloba or Little Bell Morning Glory seeds are 100 percent non GMO.
Common names: Ipomoea Triloba, Little Bell, Aiea morning glory, littlebell, Little bell morning glory, Pink convolvulus, Three-lobe morning glory, Hairy Bell Morning Glory, Harry Bell Morning Glory.
Classification: Annual Climber
Care: Frost is lethal for this plant
Plant Habit: Climbing
Climate: Dry, Temperate, Tropical
Soil Type: Loam, Peat
Sunlight: Full Sun, Partial Shade
Soil pH: 6.0 – 7.5
Conditions Required: Sheltered warm sunny
Little Bell is a small, herbaceous twiner, often on grasses or low shrubs, not high-climbing, with milky sap. The flowers are rather small for morning glories. Leaves are heart-shaped, fine-tipped, entire or 3-lobed, mostly 2-5 cm long (but up to 12 cm), longer than wide.
Leaf stalk is as long as blade or longer by half. Stems are somewhat angled, hairless or velvet-hairy. Flowers 1 or few on stalks as much as 10 cm long. Sepals are lance-like.
Flower tube is 5-lobed, funnel-shaped, 1.5 cm long. Flower color is variable around the world. In India it is light purple with a deep red-violet center. Stamens remain inside the flower tube. Little bell is probably native to West Indies, but now naturalized throughout the tropical world.