Botanical name: Ipomoea tricolor "Heavenly Blue"
Synonym: Convolvulus pauciflorus, Convolvulus pulchellus, Convolvulus rubrocaeruleus, Convolvulus venustus, Ipomoea dumetorum, Ipomoea hookeri, Ipomoea oligantha, Ipomoea pulchella, Ipomoea rubrocaerulea, Ipomoea schiedeana, Pharbitis rubrocaeruleus, Quamoclit mutica
Common name: Morning Glory
Native to: Central and South America
Life cycle: perennial (tropic climate)
Flower colour: blue
Flower time (Central / West-Europe): July to October
Characteristics and usage: ornamental, entheogen, ritual plant, seeds contain d-lysergic acid amide (LSA)
Weight of 1000 seeds: 33g
Seeds per gram: 30
Cultivation / direction of sowing: soaking seeds 12 hours in warm water before planting, sow at 20ºC (68ºF), germinates in less than one week, planting out after the last expected frost, placing in a warm sunny position, Ipomoea tricolor is an annual plant in temperate and cold climates.