ee-VOLV-yoo-lus — unrolled, non-twining
¿ al-sigh-nee-OY-deez ? — resembling features of the genus Alsine
commonly known as: blue daze, Brazilian dwarf morning-glory, Hawaiian blue eyes

Native of: Brazil, Paraguay   

 

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ee-VOLV-yoo-lus — unrolled, non-twining
¿ al-sigh-nee-OY-deez ? — resembling features of the genus Alsine
 
Mar 31, 2011 … in a garden at resort, Madikeri, Karnataka
commonly known as: blue daze, Brazilian dwarf morning-glory, Hawaiian blue eyes
Native of: Brazil, Paraguay
References: Flowers of IndiaDave’s Garden
more views: Mar 31, 2011 … in a garden at resort, Madikeri, Karnataka


Apr 8, 2007 … along Eastern Express Highway in Thane, Maharashtra


glomeratus is glahm-er-AH-tus — clustered … … Dave’s Botanary


 

 

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Convolvulaceae week : Evolvulus glomeratus Pl.validate Pune: Observed this potted plant.
Evolvulus glomeratus
Pl. validate


Looks to be Evolvulus glomeratus to me as the leaves seem to be glabrous, although there is some hair on the main stems. The elongated double bifid stigma is easy to see on the flower (lower benter)

This one is from the same sapling vendor who allowed me to photograph Jacquemontia pentanthos that i posted a couple of days ago.
Species : UNKNOWN
Habit & Habitat : pot flower from a local sapling vendor
Date : 28/03/2012, 10.00 a.m.
Place : Chanditala (Hooghly), WB


 

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Herb for id – 300912 ANB-0004 – Mumbai:  I would like to know the name of this potted plant with beautiful violet flowers. I have attached the pictures of the leaves etc … hope they contain the information required for identification.


Evolvulus pilosus


Evolvulus glomeratus
http://www.floridata.com/ref/e/evol_glo.cfm
Evolvulus pilosus is a synonym of Evolvulus nuttallianus, but that has narrow leaves.



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131211 BRS 265:  Pl. find the attached file contain photos for id. request.
Location: Peelamedu, Coimbatore
Date: 13.12.2011
Habitat: Garden
Habit: Herb


Common name –VISHNUKRANTHI. Botanical Name – Evolvulus alsinoides!

this us from me


Shankhapushpi…. Evolvulus alsinoides


I doubt whether this is Evolvulus?
There is one garden plant which is similar to E.alsinoides. I think that is the one. Don’t remember the name though. Attaching my photo of that.


… possibly Evolvulus glomeratus ‘Blue Daze’ (family: Convolvulaceae) … native of South America.


THIS IS NOT THE shankhapushpi of Ayurvedic medicine…. Like the possibility suggested by …


  

Seen in the garden during my visit in October, 2018.


 
 
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