Blue Morning Glory Seed Blooms Pink

I had pink morning glories last year although the package said they were blue. So this year I prevented any from reseeding and bought three or four more packages of heavenly blue morning glories. But, they are blooming pink. Is there something I can do to the soil to change the color? It's driving me bananas. I love the blue color. Please help!

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August 23, 20160 found this helpful

Flower color is genetic; only genetic modification will change the color.

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January 18, 20170 found this helpful

Try putting iron or aluminum sulfate on the soil... it works for Hydrangeas by changing the Ph. of the soil.

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