Dwarf Morning Glory
(Small White Morning Glory -White Star - Pitted Morning Glory -Carolina Morning Glory)
Ipomoea lacunosa
Convolvulaceae (Morning Glory) Family

Plant is a twining or climbing vine from a branched root. Preferred habitat is scrub areas, fence rows, margin of sloughs and waste places. Distribution is throughout the Escambia region.

The flowers are small; light pink to purple or white (like isinglass). Flower stalks are smooth. Sepals are unequal and. though appearing smooth, are slightly hairy. Anthers are less than two inches long. Corolla is funnel-shaped. Flowers occur in the summer.

Fruit is a two-celled. four-seeded capsule.

Leaves are usually lobed with small blades one to three inch long; rough and hairy
on smooth stems.

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