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Wildflowersthreatened and/or endangeredMorning Glory

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Hedge Bindweed
Calystegia sepium (Convolvulus sepium)

This smooth, twining vine has funnel-shaped flowers, pinkish with white stripes. It is the only larg… read more

Beach Morning Glory
Calystegia soldanella

Trailing stems growing from deep rootstocks have thick, kidney-shaped leaves and funnel-shaped, pink… read more

Convolvulus arvensis

The stems of this twining vine twist from right to left. Habit: introduced perennial vine or herb;… read more

Arizona Blue-eyes
Evolvulus arizonicus

A plant with grayish hairs, slender erect stems, and 1 shallow, bowl-shaped, blue to purplish-blue f… read more

Tropical White Morning Glory
Ipomoea alba

This night-blooming tropical vine with fragrant, large, white flowers grows rapidly, up to 20 ft (9 … read more

Small Red Morning Glory
Ipomoea coccinea

Habit: introduced annual vine or herb; usually twining, sometimes trailing or climbing. Height: ste… read more

Scarlet Creeper
Ipomoea cristulata

A leafy vine with scarlet, trumpet-shaped flowers. Habit: native annual or biennial, vine or herb; … read more

Ivy-leaf Morning Glory
Ipomoea hederacea

This blue-flowering vine has stems, leaves, and stalks bearing small, erect hairs. Habit: introduce… read more

Beach Morning Glory
Ipomoea imperati (Ipomoea stolonifera)

The leathery leaves and white flowers of this beach vine lie directly on the sand. The stems root at… read more

Blue Morning Glory
Ipomoea indica

Habit: introduced annual or perennial, vine or herb; usually twining, sometimes prostrate. Height: … read more

Bush Morning Glory
Ipomoea leptophylla

Smooth, erect, leafy stems, sometimes leaning on ground at base, form a rounded bushy plant bearing … read more

Railroad Vine
Ipomoea pes-caprae

A vine with a creeping stem but erect flower stalks with purple or reddish-pink funnel-shaped flower… read more

Common Morning Glory
Ipomoea purpurea

The distinguishing characteristics of this morning-glory are its purple flowers, its usually unlobed… read more

Glades Morning Glory
Ipomoea sagittata

A climbing vine with smooth stems and pink or bright purple funnel-shaped flowers solitary or in clu… read more

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