Ipomoea 'Margarita'

(3 customer reviews)
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Ipomoea 'Margarita'

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(Sweet Potato Vine) Ipomoea ‘Margarita’ is a vigorous, trailing, Sweet Potato Vine with a mounding growth habit. The foliage is a brilliant chartreuse and will add a pop of color to your combination planters, window boxes, hanging baskets and even your landscape borders, as ‘Margarita’ makes a great groundcover. ‘Margarita’ grows 6-10 inches high with a spread of 48-60 inches and can trail up to 72 inches. Even though this Sweet Potato Vine is a robust grower, it is easily trimmed to keep it in bounds. Place ‘Margarita’ in full sun to part shade and watch it grow! You will notice the color of Ipomoea ‘Margarita’ will be brighter in full sun locations, and a bit more subdued in part shade.

Ipomoea batatas ‘Margarita’
Common Name: Sweet Potato Vine
Plant Type: Annual
Brand: PROVEN SELECTIONS®
Hardiness Zone: 10, 11What is my zone?
Max Height: 6 – 10 Inches
Max Spread: 1 – 2 Feet
Exposure: Full Sun (+6 hrs.), Part Shade (4-6 hrs.)
Soil Moisture Needs: Moderate
Attributes: Drought Tolerant
Design Use: Combination Containers, Container, Ground Cover, Hanging Baskets
Container Design: Spiller
Season of Interest (Foliage): Spring, Summer, Fall
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3 reviews for Ipomoea ‘Margarita’

  1. Winnie G

    Love this plant. Are the potatoes edible?

    • Heidi Grasman

      No they would be very bitter.

  2. Sandy E

    I have planted this one reliably for several years. I usually pair it with coleus of a few colors. Does well in partial shade.

  3. Denise C

    I plant theses every year but would like to add some color to them n the patio planter . Any suggestions?

    • Heidi Grasman

      Try adding Supertunias or Superbells with this for a colorful combination.

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