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Sweet potato

Ipomoea Batatas

Description:

A common creeper with trumpet like cute flowers, the root is a common food for carbohydrate intake.

Habitat:

Central & South America origin

Notes:

Spotted in Ulu Sembawang

3 Comments

Ron Kushner
Ron Kushner 7 years ago

A close-up of the sepals reveals something that looks to be Ipomoea indica and yes I.indica can have cordate leaves...

I am not aware of anything in series batatas having that color and size flower except for Ipomoea leucotricha , although I do NOT think the plant shown is Ipomoea leucotricha .

SuXing
SuXing 9 years ago

Yup, but less calories, healthy food!

Pulkit.Singal
Pulkit.Singal 9 years ago

it's really sweet !!

SuXing
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Singapore, Singapore

Spotted on Aug 6, 2011
Submitted on Oct 9, 2011

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