Wild Florida Photo - Ipomoea sagittata

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Ipomoea sagittata

SALTMARSH MORNING-GLORY

GLADES MORNING-GLORY

Florida native

 

Ipomoea sagittata gets its species name from the arrow-shaped leaves that distinguish this from the other morning-glories. Found on coastal strands, in freshwater and brackish marshes, flatwoods and wet disturbed sites throughout much of Florida. The range of glades or saltmarsh morning glory includes the southeastern United States from Texas to North Carolina, Mexico, Guatemala, the Bahamas, Cuba and Jamaica.

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Ipomoea sagittata is a member of the Convolvulaceae - Morning-glory family.

Other species of the Ipomoea genus in the Wild Florida Photo database:
  View  Ipomoea alba - MOONFLOWER
  View  Ipomoea cairica - MILE A MINUTE VINE
  View  Ipomoea cordatotriloba - COASTAL MORNING GLORY
  View  Ipomoea imperati - BEACH MORNING-GLORY
  View  Ipomoea indica var. acuminata - OCEANBLUE MORNING-GLORY
  View  Ipomoea pandurata - MAN-OF-THE-EARTH
  View  Ipomoea pes-caprae var. brasiliensis - RAILROAD VINE
  View  Ipomoea quamoclit - CYPRESSVINE
  View  Ipomoea lacunosa - WHITESTAR


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