Botanical name: Convolvulaceae
Botanical name: Convolvulaceae
Species of Morning-glory
Operculina is a genus member of the morning-glory family of plants which contains 15 species that are located throughout the world.
Woodroses is a genus of flowering plants in the morning glory family, Convolvulaceae.
Distimake are a genus of flowering plants. They are native to tropic and subtropic regions such as the Americas, Africa, and Asia. They typically grow in areas with open rainforests. Distimake are a perennial morning glory vine that open in the day and close prior to sunset.
Bindweeds are perennial herbs that climb in long, thin vines, hence the name. It is also known as morning glory. It is grown decoratively for its large, trumpet-shaped flowers. However, some species are considered invasive and a pest because they grow so quickly and aggressively and often self-cultivate outside people’s gardens.
Dwarf morning glories
Dwarf morning glories are known for loving hot temperatures. They are noted for their distinctive blue flowers and silvery tinted foliage, making them extremely attractive as garden ornamentals. Dwarf morning glories are easy to maintain and typically open in the morning and close for the evening.
Bindweed are climbing vines that can be found all over the world. This highly successful genus of flowering plants shares a name with other kinds of vines, too. Careful study is needed sometimes to tell them apart. Bindweed are enjoyed for their profusion of brightly colored flowers.
Recognizable by their twining, yellowish stems, dodder are a large genus of parasitic plants. They twist themselves around host plants and penetrate their stems, absorbing water and nutrients. They can damage arable crops and trees. The U.S. state of California has an eradication program for these troublesome parasites.
Morning glories are known colloquially by many different names, including morning glory, water convolvulus or kangkung, sweet potato, bindweed, or moonflower. Morning glory is a name used for many kinds of climbing vines, and it can be hard to tell them apart. They generally produce large, bright flowers, and have been cultivated in many different ways as an ornamental plant.
Argyreia are flowering, climbing vines with characteristic, showy trumpet-shaped flowers. They are native to southeast Asia and Madagascar, but some species have spread to other tropical parts of the world. In some of these places, they are considered invasive.
The dichondra are best known as a genus of perennial ground cover. Varieties of the dichondra have been native to the United States, Mexico, and Australia. It is known for its circular green leaves and does well in coastal areas with rich sun.
Clustervines are a group of flowering vines and shrubs native to tropical regions of the western hemisphere. Some are grown in gardens, usually on trellises or archways. At least one species is listed as endangered due to habitat loss.
Alkaliweeds are a small genus of clumpy and low-growing subshrubs that are native to tropical and subtropical regions worldwide. Alkaliweeds feature tiny white flowers and leaves with silk-like hair on them. The flowers each have five pointed lobes and appear on the upper leaves.