Common Dawnflower - Coastal Plain Dawnflower
Convolvulaceae (Morning Glory) Family
Plant is a frequent perennial vine. It's preferred habitat is pine woods, rocky slopes and scrub lands. Distribution is throughout the Escambia region.
The leaves are lance-like; widest at the middle; and less than one inch long.
The flowers are typical morning glory in form with a lobed funnel-like corolla; white, tips notched or slightly tapered. Flowers occur in the summer.
Fruit is a capsule.
These small plants are closely related to the Jacquemontia Tie Vine.