morningglory, entireleaf

COMMON NAME: Morningglory, entireleaf
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Ipomoea hederaceae ssp. integriuscula
FAMILY: Convolvulaceae
LIFECYCLE: Annual
FEATURES: Leaf heart-shaped (cordate), pubescent with hairs that point directly out from leaf; sepals are long
and curl out, pubescent; flowers typically blue, not purple like tall morningglory; if leaves are lobed
with similar characteristics then species is ivyleaf morningglory (Ipomoea hederacea).
DESCRIPTION: Twining annual vine common throughout the southeastern United States. Leaf hairs, curling sepals,
and blue flowers are the most distinguishing characteristics.

Flower / Seed Head Flower Side Angle

Flower / Seed Head
Flower Side Angle

Additional Entireleaf morningglory habit.

Additional
Entireleaf morningglory habit.

Additional Leaf close up

Additional
Leaf close up

Leaf Leaf and flower close up

Leaf
Leaf and flower close up