Common name(s): Beach Morning Glory, Sea Bindweed

Family: Convolvulaceae - Morning Glory Family

Species: Calystegia soldanella

Commonly found: Behind foredunes

Size: 3-4in tall, 1ft wide

Origin: Native

Description: Beach Morning Glory is an herbaceous perennial with a rhizome or underground stem. It lies flat on the sand and has fleshy stems and leaves. It has kidney-shaped leaves and trumpet-shaped flowers with pink or lavender petals. Despite its name, Beach Morning Glory is often found inland from the foredunes.


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