- Flower nameVariegated morning glories 'Aotsunebaaomaruzaki'
- Scientific nameIpomoea nil 'aotsunebaaomaruzaki'
- Place of originJapan for variants, tropical Asia
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens, Horticultural species, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonJune, July, August, September, October
What is Variegated morning glories 'Aotsunebaaomaruzaki'
Variegated morning glories 'Aotsunebaaomaruzaki' (Ipomoea nil 'Aotsunebaaomaruzaki') is one of the variegated morning glories (Ipomoea nil). It has green leaves, evergreen leaves (the standard wild-type spear-shaped leaves), blue flowers, and round flowers (the wild-type standard form with no variation).
Common name: Variegated morning glories 'Aotsunebaaomaruzaki', scientific name: Ipomoea nil 'Aotsunebaaomaruzaki', also known as Japanese Morning Glory, Place of origin: Japan for variants, tropical Asia, Living type: Vine annual, Stem length: 100-300 cm, Leaf shape: spear-shaped, Leaf margin: full margin, Phloem: alternate, Inflorescence: bifid (dichasium), Flower shape: open cone, Flower diameter: 5-20 cm, Number of pistils: 3, Number of stamens: 5, Flower color: blue, Flowering season: June-October, Fruit type: first fruits, Seed color: black.