Botanical name: Ipomoea triloba Family: Convolvulaceae (Morning glory family)
Little Bell Morning Glory is a small, herbaceous twiner, often on grasses or low shrubs, not high-climbing, with milky sap. The flowers are rather small for morning glories. Flowers are one or few on stalks as much as 10 cm long. Sepals are lanceshaped. Flower tube is 5-lobed, funnel-shaped, 1.5 cm long. Flower color is variable around the world. In India it is light pink with a deep red-violet. Stamens remain inside the flower tube. Leaves are heart-shaped, fine-tipped, entire or 3-lobed, mostly 2-5 cm long (but up to 12 cm), longer than wide. Leaf stalk is as long as blade or longer by half. Stems are somewhat angled, hairless or velvet-hairy. Little bell Morning Glory is probably native to West Indies, but now naturalized throughout the tropical world.
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