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Tie Vine

Ipomoea cordatotriloba

Alternate Name: Purple Bindweed

Family: (Convolvulaceae) Morning-Glory

Habitat: Almost anywhere. Often found in disturbed areas.

Height: Stems grow up to 15 ft. or more

Bloom Period: March - December

Description: Perennial vine. Orchid-colored blooms with deep purple centers. Leaves are either trilobed or heart-shaped. Plants grow in full sun and partial shade and are very tolerant of summer heat. Exceptionally long blooming season.

Propagation Tips: Self seeds freely.

The Wildlife Connection: Hummingbirds love this plant! Larval food source for variegated frittilary.

Tie Vine
Tie Vine

Winnie Burkett. Photographed on the Bolivar Peninsula.

Tie Vine
Tie Vine

Winnie Burkett. Photographed on the Bolivar Peninsula.

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