Glades Morning Glory

Glades Morning Glory, Ipomoea sagittata

The narrow sagittate leaves of this native twining vine are 3-10 cm long, and have distinctive linear to lanceolate, spreading, basal lobes. These vigorous perennials often form dense mats on coastal dunes or over other vegetation along the margins of brackish marshes from south Florida along the coast to Texas and North Carolina. (Florida Wildflowers and Roadside Plants, 1982)

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