2 comments on “HSNP Hot Springs Mountain Road Ivy Leaf Morning Glory

  1. This looks like it could be Ipomoea cordatotriloba (also called Ipomoea trichocarpa), known in central Texas as purple bindweed and tievine (or you may have a closely related species there). It’s a member of the morning-glory family and quite common in Austin, even during the drought. I’ve seen that puckered look many times as one of these flowers starts to fade.

    Steve Schwartzman
    http://portraitsofwildflowers.wordpress.com

    • Wow, thank you Steve, these are intermingled with the Morning Glory, so I suspect you are correct Ipomoea cordatotriloba (also called Ipomoea trichocarpa).
      Thank You Again!
      Kindest Thoughts and Wishes,
      Lee

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