This variety is a very old line and is a Higo Asagao. It should make an off-white to cream flower and it appears it will have variegated leaves. The Higo varieties were reportedly grown by the Samurai in Edo Period.
Japanese Morning Glory / Asagao seedlings
Q-strain varieties from the Japanese National Asagao Collection housed at Kyushu University, Fukuoka
Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Ipomoea nil Higo Q224