All photographs copyright (2003-2013) by Kris H. Light

<strong>Low Bindweed</strong>
<em>Calystegia spithamaea</em> / Morning Glory Family
May 14, 2005<br>
This Bindweed has much smaller leaves and it doesn't grow into as much of a vine as its more invasive relative Hedge bindweed. Note the outline of t...
Low Bindweed
Calystegia spithamaea / Morning Glory Family
May 14, 2005

This Bindweed has much smaller leaves and it doesn't grow into as much of a vine as its more invasive relative Hedge bindweed. Note the outline of the spider on the back of the flower! The small black dots in the center of the flower are tiny ants.
Perennial
Formerly known as: Convolvulus spithamaea
Where seen: Oak Ridge greenways

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