- Flower nameLarge morning glories 'Youjiro Tairin Fuji no sora'
- Scientific nameIpomoea nil 'youshiro tairin fuji no sora'
- Alias富士の空, 曜白大輪
- Place of originJapan for variants, tropical Asia
- Place of floweringGreenhouse, Botanical Gardens
- Flowering seasonJune, July, August, September, October
What is Large morning glories 'Youjiro Tairin Fuji no sora'
Large morning glories 'Youjiro Tairin Fuji no sora (scientific name: Ipomoea nil 'Youjiro Tairin Fuji no sora') is a hybrid of Ipomoea morning glory (scientific name: Ipomoea nil). It has white radial streaks on the petals (yōhaku) and its flowers are sky blue. It is a medium-sized variety with 3 to 5 clustered flowers of 7 to 8 cm in diameter. It has three to five flowers in clusters with thicker petals that last until afternoon. It is a good choice for fences and potted plants.
Common name:Large morning glories 'Youjiro Tairin Fuji no sora, scientific name: Ipomoea nil 'Youshiro Tairin Fuji no sora', 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: 7-8 cm, Number of pistils: 3, Number of stamens: 5, Flower color: blue, Flowering season: June-October, Fruit type: first fruits, Seed color: black.