Morning Glory

Also known as Bindweed

Convolvulus arvensis

Family Morning Glory (Convolvulaceae)
Bloom Summer
Habitat Meadows, wood edges, fence rows
Status Native
Cycle Perennial
Height 1-6′
Flower Flowers are white or pink tubes or funnel-shaped 2″ wide with 5 petals that fuse together to form the flower.
Leaf Leaves are opposite, toothless, arrowhead-shaped and alternate on the vine.
Notes Stems are prostrate, trailing, or twining on surrounding vegetation. It prefers disturbed soils, old fields, and abandoned lawns.


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