Common Morning Glory, Tall Morning Glory, Purple Morning Glory, Garden morning glory;

 

Herbaceous twininer with ovate-cordate up to 10 cm long leaves, flowers purple, pink or blue with white throat, 5-7 cm long; sepals usually shorter than 15 mm, with green acute tip.
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Ipomoea for ID : Pahalgam : 020612 : AK-1:  A cultivated climber with bright Pink flowers, at Pahalgam on the 7th of Sept,11.

No seeds seen, only flowers when the picture was taken.


what about Ipomoea indica ?


Ipomoea purpurea I hope


Agree with Ipomoea purpurea


 

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VoF Week :: DV :: 04 AUG 12 – 1244 :: Ipomoea purpurea along Ghangaria – Govind Ghat trail:  Ipomoea purpurea (L.) Roth … (family: Convolvulaceae)4 AUG 12
Ghangaria – Govind Ghat trail5800 – 10160 ft



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VoF Week: Ipomoea purpurea from Govindghat Ghangriya Trek:  Ipomoea purpurea from Govindghat Ghangriya Trek



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VoF Week: ID the flower please.:  This flower was seen at Govindghat on 16.08.2012. Please help id the flower.


Ipomoea purpurea I hope



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VOF Week: Ipomoea purpurea —- along Govindghat–Ghangaria trail:   Ipomoea purpurea (Family: Convolvulaceae)—- along Govindghat–Ghangaria trail.


Yes … Good photographs



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Morning Glory for ID : Pahalgam : 031112 : AK-3: A Morning Glory seen growing wild on way to Pahalgam on 6/9/2011. Flowers bright purple, leaves heart shaped.


Ipomoea purpurea I hope



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Ipomoea For ID : Srinagar : 310513 : AK-1 : Attachments (3).  3 posts by 2 authors.

Pictures taken on 10/9/2011 in Srinagar.

Ipomoea purpurea?

Kindly confirm id.


i think yes



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HP, Oct 2014 :: Requesting ID – Convolvulaceae1 :: ARKDEC-19 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (5)

Posting today 3 specimens of Convovulaceae which is always confusing to me.
The first post-
by the roadside at 2 o’clock in the afternoon near Katrain, Kullu, HP and early in the morning near Manali, HP in October 2014.

Captured at 2 places, both looking similar hence, posting together.


To me, it is Ipomoea purpurea



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The 2nd post again from Manali, HP in October 2014
Captured by the roadside early in the morning. Flowers blue.

Probably difficult to ID from flower alone.


Only petals are not sufficient for identification, may be Ipomoea nil or I. purpurea.


In my opinion it is Convolvulus species as per PriniIMG_6857.JPG


Ipomoea purpurea.



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HP, Oct 2014 :: Requesting ID – Convolvulaceae3 :: ARKDEC-21 : 7 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (2).

The 3rd post-
Captured early in the morning at Manali, HP in October 2014 very close to the other 2 uploaded today.

Flower – white.


Sepals, inflorescence are required for identification. Is the flower bud shown in the photo of the same flower?


The plant seems to be Convolvulus arvensis


To be honest, I had not noticed the flower bud, therefore I am not sure if the flower and the bud belong to the same plant…


Ipomoea purpurea – The fully opened white bloom and purple unopened flower-bud…


Kindly check it for Ipomoea purpurea.

Corolla are blue or purple or rarely white in it.



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Identification Convolvulacea : 3 posts by 2 authors. 1 image.
I want identification of this flower (Convolvulaceae?)

Photos prises le 10/04/2016 à Bassar Patti, Uttarakhand  vers 1800met d’altitude.


This is surely a species of Ipomoea..

The most probable match from the given details is Ipomoea pupurea



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Flora of Chakrata: Ipomoea sp from Tiger fall Road Chakrata:  Ipomoea sp from Tiger fall Road Chakrata
My id is  Ipomoea purpurea


 



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Ipomoea purpurea (L.) Roth. ‘Alba’

The cultivar with white flowers, photographed from Tiger fall area of Chakrata

I believe that what you have shown is the flaked white subline…popular in the US and Japan.
Please read the last portion of the comment in the PlantFile entry
http://davesgarden.com/guides/​pf/go/162148/
I assisted Emma Grace with the technical description



Convolvulaceae week : Ipomoea learii / indica:  I don’t remember where I have captured this. I think this is Ipomoea learii/ Ipomoea indica

That is Ipomoea purpurea



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Convolvulaceae Week: Ipomoea purpures from Chakrata, Kashmir and DelhiIpomoea purpurea (L.) Roth, Bot. Abh. 27. 1787.

Syn: Convolvulus purpureus L.

Herbaceous twininer with ovate-cordate up to 10 cm long leaves, flowers purple, pink or blue with white throat, 5-7 cm long; sepals usually shorter than 15 mm, with green acute tip.

Photographed from Chakrata, Kashmir and Delhi


Thank you for posting such excellent views of the inflorescence of Ipomoea purpurea and the variability of the degree of hairs that may be present on the calyx.
The type of variability present can often result in mis-identification for those unfamiliar with the variability in this species.



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Convolvulaceae week: Ipomoea purpurea -More pics from Shimla


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Fwd: Ipomoea purpurea (L.) Roth ?? 2 : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (6)
Location: Tagarkot, Nepal  
Date: 8 September 2016
Altitude: 6000 ft.

May be OK



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Fwd: Ipomoea purpurea (L.) Roth ?? 1 : 6 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (8)
Location: Tagarkot, Nepal  
Date: 12 December 2017

Altitude: 5400 ft.


Calyx looks different.


Does not look like matching with any other listed in Nepal. If the below links will help !

Pl. check at

Checked beforehand !

Yes, matches with images at Ipomoea purpurea (L.) Roth



 

 
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in Chakrata Sep 08; in Chakrata- Sept.’09?; Manali- Oct’09; on the 24th of October, 2008 at Bryant’s Park, Kodaikanal; Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu- Sept’10?; Manali ( 26-09-2010); at Chandoli WLS near Walmiki (24-01-2010); at the Kas lake during October-2009;
Ipomoea diversifolia-310110-PKA1 – efloraofindia | Google Groups
Ipomoea purpurea from Manali – indiantreepix | Google Groups ANOTHER FLOWER FROM CHAKRATA – indiantreepix | Google Groups
morning glory type flower photographed at Chakrata in Sep 08 – indiantreepix | Google Groups Ipomoea for Id 020110AK1 – efloraofindia | Google Groups Ipomoea for ID – efloraofindia | Google Groups Ipomoea purpurea from Manali – efloraofindia | Google Groups Ipomoea purpurea –in different coulours…. – efloraofindia | Google Groups

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Ipomoea purpurea : Atlanta, Georgia : 31JAN19 : AK-76 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)

Ipomoea purpurea seen in Atlanta during my visit in Atlanta.

Id given by …, expert on Convolvulaceae.



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Re: Ipomoea species from Kumarghat,Tripura : 4 posts by 3 authors. 2 images.

Kindly identify it


Ipomoea purpurea ??? Leaves look elongated ……….distorted ?? A good view of calyx will be useful.

Thanks, …, I agree with you after perusal of images at Ipomoea purpurea. I can see the calyx in the first image just above the flower.
Leaves broadly ovate to cordate, 2-10 cm long, entire or trilobate, pubescent on both surfaces.
Leaf blade circular-ovate or broadly ovate, 4-18 X 3.5-16.5 cm, ± strigose, base cordate, margin entire or ± 3-lobed, apex acute or ± abruptly acuminate.

I think id should be OK.



Morning Glory with purple flower and heart shaped leaves.

Stem was hairy.
Not sure if growing wild or cultivated.

Ipomea indica
may be planted, may be a volunteer.
was the leaf soft and downy???
considered a pest in florida and even as far as in Australia
this Australian site describes the plant to a T so people can id it and eradicate it…
Quote” A showy twining climber or scrambling plant with hairy stems. Its alternately arranged leaves (5-18 cm long and 3.5-16 cm wide) are either heart-shaped or three-lobed. Its large funnel-shaped flowers (5-10 cm long and 7-10 cm across) are blue or bluish-purple in colour with pale pinkish centres. These flowers have long and narrow sepals (14-22 mm long) and are borne in clusters of two to twelve in the leaf forks.
This species does not produce viable seed in Australia, and fruiting capsules are rarely seen here.” end quote

and yet they consider this weedy? go figure.


was the leaf downy?


All I can do is guess ….because there is no tube, no calyx. And my guess is, Ipomoea purpurea. Neither Ipomoea indica nor Ipomoea parasitica nor Ipomoea nil. I have not seen Ipomoea indica with leaf margin entire.


leaves can be entire or lobed I think. why do I like weed eradication sites? because often the leaf is what one needs to know to pull out the noxious plant. see page 4 of this weed site

First and foremost, without calyx and tube, ID will always remain guesswork.

In a park, as ornamental, Ipomoea purpurea is the common choice.
As for the leaf, in the species I see in Surat, those with trilobed leaf, seedling further develops entire leaf earlier in its life, by the time flowering begins new leaves become trilobed. This is the story of I. marginata, I. triloba, I. nil. Wherever I saw I. indica it was already flowering, all the leaves trilobed….. never found a leaf with entire margin……in fact it is recognised by relatively larger flower and smaller leaf as opposed to I. nil with larger leaf and smaller flower.

Again I say, it is calyx, tube, corolla combo we need to get to an ID.


Here is one more pointer. In I. indica tube is pink, and for this reason throat looks red in a frontal view photograph. In I. nil and I. purpurea, tube is white and throat looks white. In I. parasitica throat is yellow because of the yellowish tube.


Agreed. In fact the flower and leaves match completely with one I have posted from Atlanta. That was identified by Ron Kushner Ji, expert on Convolvulaceae.


… do you have the thread url or date for that submission?


Which was the thread you were looking for? I could not quite understand. Please let me know.


the one ided by Kushner


Ipomoea purpurea : Atlanta, Georgia : 31JAN19 : AK-76. You have seen and commented too.



 

8 very high resolution images.
Location: Kathmandu, Nepal  
Date: 07 December 2020

Altitude: 1400 m.



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