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The Latin name is Ipomoea hederifolia, which refers to its ivy shaped leaves. I believe this particular strain is the variety, lutea, called 'Pumpkin by the person who gave me the seeds. Typical lutea is a simple, plain yellow, but this one is more richly colored, with a red ring in the center, and the reverse has hints of orange.
Packet is designed by me with my own photos, cut out and folded from cardstock. Packet contains 25 seeds collected from my garden this fall. The vines were grown without pesticides or artificial fertilizers. Planting instructions included.
Hummingbirds simply adore this flower, enjoying the yellow forms just as much as the typical orange red ones. They are all over it from mid summer, onwards, in my western Pennsylvania garden.
As of mid October, I have a matching hummingbird feeder for sale, which would make a nice companion purchase.