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Its a climber plant when shoot its must be monsoon...!!
typo! "Bindweed" not "blindweed"!
Ive got some of these to spot myself, we have them all over. Thanks for the heads up Dan. After a little research, i know ALOT about Blindweed. A very nasty non-native plant in the US. Taproots up to 27' deep, it creeps and strangles its opponents. To us they are "wild morning glories", the name "creeping jenny" also pops up in a few articles. Great place to get your morning lesson @ Project Noah. Thanks for the siting reeno.
I think it's a species of Ipomea, definitely in the flowering plant family Convolvulaceae.
Spotted on Jun 5, 2011 Submitted on Jun 5, 2011