Fall Flowers - Roadsides - Pink, Red, Maroon, and Brown

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2 <strong>Morning Glory</strong>
<em>Ipomoea purpurea</em> /Morning Glory Family<br>
This is the third color variation of this species! It also comes in blue (dark and light) and white.
Annual
<u>Where seen</u>: Oak Ridge, widespread

Morning Glory Ipomoea purpurea /Morning Glory Family
This is the third color variation of this species! It also comes in blue (dark and light) and white. Annual Where seen: Oak Ridge, widespread

Morning Glory Ipomoea purpurea /Morning Glory Family
This is the third color variation of this species! It also comes in blue (dark and light) and white. Annual Where seen: Oak Ridge, widespread
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3 <strong>Asian Spiderwort</strong>
<em>Murdannia keisak*</em> /Spiderwort Family
<span style="color: blue;">Aquatic</span>
<span style="color: red;">(INN) Rank 2</span>
Height: 12 inches
September 18, 2005<br>
I found these flowers blooming at Haw...

Asian Spiderwort Murdannia keisak* /Spiderwort Family Aquatic (INN) Rank 2 Height: 12 inches September 18, 2005
I found these flowers blooming at Haw...

Asian Spiderwort Murdannia keisak* /Spiderwort Family Aquatic (INN) Rank 2 Height: 12 inches September 18, 2005
I found these flowers blooming at Haw Ridge in mid-September in a low area near the lake. They are a type of Spiderwort. I couldn't find it in any of my Tennessee or Southeast wildflower books; I later found out why, it is an Asian exotic. Thanks to my friend, Larry Pounds for identifying it for me! More inquiry on Google led me to learn that this pretty little flower is considered a Rank 2 Invasive of Special Concern.
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