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Common Morning Glory

Ipomoea indica


An annual vine with stems growing to 10 ft or longer and producing numerous flowers that attract pollinators and hummingbirds. A single flower lasts a few days, but the plant produces so many new ones that its flowering time lasts the whole summer. The flower, somewhat tubular in shape, changes color as it ages.


Common on roadsides.


MarikaMartinez 6 years ago

Thanks Ron!

Ron Kushner
Ron Kushner 6 years ago

The sepals in the photos , most especially here :
are those of Ipomoea indica.

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Malta, Malta

Spotted on May 15, 2013
Submitted on May 24, 2013

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