The bush morning glory, scientifically known as Ipomoea Ieptophylla [ip-oh-MEE-a, lep-toh-FIL-uh], is a flowering plant species in the Convolvulaceae family often found along roadsides. The flowering shrub is native to
Ipomoea tricolor [ip-oh-MEE-a, TRY-kull-lur] is a flowering vine with heart-shaped leaves and bright blue or violet flowers belonging to the Convolvulaceae “morning glory” family and native to parts of Central
The Bindweed Convolvulus plant belongs to the Convolvulaceae family and native to the Mediterranean area. Convolvulus is pronounced [kon-VOLV-yoo-lus] and comes from the Latin “convolvere,” which means to twine around.