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Beach morning glory

Ipomoea pes-caprae

Description:

Very large (30 to 50 feet in width) ground hugging vining plant with glossy dark green leaves and a "pea" like appearance. Flowers that resemble a morning glory, Ipomoea or convolvulus species

Habitat:

Atlantic sandy beach area. Full suns adjacent to heavily traveled US A1A

1 Species ID Suggestions

VineWorld
VineWorld 8 years ago
Beach Morning Glory
Ipomoea pes-caprae


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7 Comments

Mick G
Mick G 6 years ago

thank you Ron Kushner

Mick G
Mick G 6 years ago

thank you Ron Kushner

Mick G
Mick G 6 years ago

thank you Ron Kushner

Ron Kushner
Ron Kushner 7 years ago

Ipomoea pes-caprae.

MichaelEdward
MichaelEdward 7 years ago

I figured it was a native, ticked the wrong box on my cell and suspected a morning glory. Thanks again

MichaelEdward
MichaelEdward 7 years ago

Thank you.

VineWorld
VineWorld 8 years ago

This is native to Florida, not invasive.

Mick G
Spotted by
Mick G

Delray Beach, Florida, USA

Spotted on Sep 16, 2012
Submitted on Aug 25, 2012

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