15 PURPLE MORNING GLORY seeds...
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Purple morning glory or Ipomoea violacea is an annual herbaceous vine of the convolvulaceae family.
It is mainly grown as a garden flower.
It's a climbing plant growing very quickly which produces a lot of bluish purple flowers and which have the distinction of closing at night.
Its seeds are used by shamans in ethnic divination rituals.
they were used by the Aztecs for their properties influencing mental activity.
Like Argyreia nervosa or Ipomoea purpurea, they contain the same molecule.
Sowing purple morning glory seeds:
Start by lightly sanding the seeds with sandpaper, then you will need to soak them for 24 hours in warm water.
Then bury them under 0.5 cm deep in small 10 X 10 cm pots.
Use a substrate type potting soil or fine potting soil previously screened.
Water the plantation copiously with a hand sprayer.
Finally, put the culture in a warm place at a temperature of about 25 ° C.
The germination of Ipomoea violacea seeds will generally start after 2 to 5 weeks.
Do not consume.
To be cultivated only as an ornamental plant or for the ethnobotanical collection.
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