|COMMON NAME:||Morningglory, entireleaf|
|SCIENTIFIC NAME:||Ipomoea hederaceae ssp. integriuscula|
|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.