Flowering occurs throughout the year but is most abundant during spring, summer and autumn. Probably native to the tropics of Central and South America, and possibly also native to south-eastern Asia (i.e. Corolla trumpet-shaped, about 45-50 x 50-60 mm, mauve to bluish-mauve in the upper portion while the tube is white or cream. Style about 13-15 mm long. Award-winning Ipomoea indica (Blue Morning Glory) is a vigorous twining evergreen vine with lush, velvety, heart-shaped leaves and attractive clusters of trumpet-shaped flowers, 3-4 in. The mobile application of Environmental Weeds of Australia is available from the Google Play Store and Apple iTunes. Ipomoea tricolor I think has mostly entire leaves. Ipomoea indica is a perennial climbing plant with slender stems that scramble over the ground and twine into the surrounding vegetation. Genus Ipomoea can be annuals or perennials, often twining, or evergreen shrubs, with simple, lobed or dissected leaves and tubular or funnel-shaped flowers which may be solitary or borne in racemes or panicles . Pilose perennial with twining stems; leaves broadly ovate, entire or 3-lobed, 4-17 x 3.5-15 cm, acuminate, acute, base cordate. pubescent) younger stems and heart-shaped (i.e. Morning Glory is most easily recognised by its large bluish-purple bell-shaped flowers seen from spring through summer and autumn. In order to produce seeds, the indica flower must receive pollen from an unrelated Ipomoea indica plant. Ipomoea indica, Ipomoea muricata or Ipomoea … The leaves are variable in shape, from ‘heart-shaped’ to three- lobed (i.e. Fruit: Ipomoea cairica: 4-valved brown capsule containing 4-6 seeds, which have parachute-like attachments. Height: 80 to 240 inches (200 to 600 cm). Invasive in Australia, New Zealand, China, Taiwan, and tropical islands throughout the world (PIER). Blue morning glory (Ipomoea indica) has been widely cultivated as a garden ornamental, and can still often be seen growing in gardens in coastal districts. axils). This could be I. indica, but only lateral close up of flower showing showing calyx should help. It is a vigorous, tender perennial vine native to tropical habitats throughout the world. Ipomoea indica is a very cute climbing vine with abundant and spectacular blooms. perennial) twining climber growing up to 15 m high, but sometimes scrambling over low vegetation or creeping along the ground. large infestation (Photo: Land Protection, QDNRW), habit growing on a fence (Photo: Sheldon Navie), leaves and bluish flowers (Photo: Sheldon Navie), leaves and purplish flowers (Photo: Sheldon Navie), close-up of stem, with adventitious roots beginning to form, and leaf stalk (Photo: Sheldon Navie), close-up of leaf underside (Photo: Sheldon Navie), close-up of hairy young shoot (Photo: Sheldon Navie), close-up of flower with paler centre (Photo: Sheldon Navie), flower from side-on, showing paler floral tube with long and narrow sepals (Photo: Sheldon Navie), the similar ivy-leaf morning glory (Ipomoea hederacea) has smaller flowers and strongly curved sepals (Photo: Sheldon Navie), Convolvulus acuminatus VahlConvolvulus congestus (R. Rapid growth to 30 40 feet Medium green leaves are broadly oval and pointed, three lobed or unlobed. Ipomoea indicais a vigorous, rapidly growing, perennial vine climbing up to 12 m in trees or spreading across the ground. Widely naturalised in, particularly in the coastal districts of eastern Australia. Both leaf surfaces are softly hairy, the undersides more so. & Schult.Ipomoea cataractae Endl.Ipomoea congesta R. Br.Ipomoea insularis (Choisy) Steud.Ipomoea leari PaxtonIpomoea learii PaxtonPharbitis insularis Choisy, blue dawn flower, blue dawn-flower, blue dawnflower, blue morning glory, blue morning-glory, blue morningglory, common morning glory, convolvulus, dunny creeper, Lear's morning glory, morning glory, ocean blue morningglory, oceanblue morning glory, oceanblue morning-glory, oceanblue morningglory, purple morning glory, purple morningglory. Search tags Creepers and Climbers Ground covers and perennials. Amboin. cordate) or three-lobed leaves. these flowers have long and narrow sepals (14-22 mm long) and are borne in clusters of two to twelve in the leaf forks. Flowers. Family: Convolvulaceae Origin: Pan tropical General description. Important Ipomoea facts. its large funnel-shaped flowers (5-10 cm long and 7-10 cm across) are blue or bluish-purple in colour with pale pinkish centres. Identic Pty Ltd. Special edition of Environmental Weeds of Australia for Biosecurity Queensland. Stem fragments are commonly spread by water, animals and in dumped garden waste. they are sometimes prostrate). The National Vegetation Survey (NVS) Databank is a physical archive and electronic databank containing records of over 94,000 vegetation survey plots - including data from over 19,000 permanent plots. Altitudinal range in northern Australia from near sea level to 900 m. Usually grows as a weed of waste places but also occurs on rain forest margins. Herb. The fruit is a capsule and usually contains 4–6 seeds.. Major species. (http://squid2.laughingsquid.net/hosts/herbweb.com /herbage/A13928.htm). The control methods referred to in this fact sheet should be used in accordance with the restrictions (federal and state legislation, and local government laws) directly or indirectly related to each control method. petioles) 2-18 cm long. Ipomoea indica is a species of flowering plant in the family Convolvulaceae, known by several common names, including blue morning glory, oceanblue morning glory, koali awa, and blue dawn flower. Its flowers are relatively large (7-10 cm across), its sepals are long and thin (14-22 mm long), and it does not produce viable seeds (capsules are generally not seen). acute apices). NVS maintains a standard set of species code abbreviations that correspond to standard scientific plant names from the Ngä Tipu o Aotearoa - New Zealand Plants database. Ipomoea indica is a problem weed in Europe, southern Africa, and Oceania (congeneric WRA: Weed Risk Assessment for Ipomoea biflora (L.) Pers. Growing Region: Zones 3 to 10. The leaf margins are entire and there is an acuminate leaf apex. Check our website at www.biosecurity.qld.gov.au Blue morning glory (Ipomoea indica) is a significant environmental weed in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria, and an environmental weed in South Australia and Western Australia. 1917. Ipomoea indica (blue morning glory) is a vine (family Convolvulaceae) with blue-purple flowers and lobed to oval-shaped leaves found in the San Francisco Bay area and the central and south coast ranges of California. It was also recently listed as a priority environmental weed in at least one Natural Resource Management region. Stamens attached to the lowermost one third of the tube. However, capsules are rarely produced and viable seed is not set in Australia. Habit: Ipomoea indica grows as an herbaceous perennial vine that becomes woody at its base. a showy twining climber or scrambling plant with hairy stems. A plate depicting blue morning glory (Ipomoea indica) from Banks' Florilegium. Ipomoea indica is very similar to Ipomoea cairica, Ipomoea purpurea and Ipomoea hederacea. Coastal: Light green; hairless, 5-7 -lobed, star shaped leaves to 90mm long. This species inhabits wetter tropical, sub-tropical and temperate regions. A specimen of this plant was collected by Banks and Solander between June and August 1770. blue morning glory (Ipomoea indica) has hairy (i.e. A long-lived (i.e. ... Field bindweed has arrow shaped leaves and white-pale pink flowers. While every care is taken to ensure the accuracy of this information, DEEDI does not invite reliance upon it, nor accept responsibility for any loss or damage caused by actions based on it. Basionym: Convolvulus indicus Burman 1855. (1917) An Interpretation of Rumphius's Herbarium Amboinense : 445. Both the upper and lower leaf blade surfaces, petioles and twigs clothed in pale prostrate hairs. This species is declared under legislation in the following states and territories: For information on the management of this species see the following resources: Blue morning glory (Ipomoea indica) is very similar to coastal morning glory (Ipomoea cairica), common morning glory (Ipomoea purpurea) and ivy-leaved morning glory (Ipomoea hederacea). These restrictions may prevent the use of one or more of the methods referred to, depending on individual circumstances. These species can be distinguished by the following differences (Austin, 1986; Queensland Government, 2017): I. indica has hairy (i.e. It is native to the southeastern United States. Both the upper and lower leaf blade surfaces, petioles and twigs clothed in pale prostrate hairs. There is a gradual change in appearance of the leaves from the base (or near the base) of the plant to those from further up on the stem, with leaves progressively changing as one moves higher on the stem (often becoming shorter, or less toothed/lobed, and/or with shorter petioles). its alternately arranged leaves (5-18 cm long and 3.5-16 cm wide) are either heart-shaped or three-lobed. Native: Tropics and sub-tropics. Its large funnel-shaped flowers (5-10 cm long and 7-10 cm across) are blue or bluish-purple in colour with pale pinkish centres. The complete nucleotide sequence (AJ132548) confirmed its begomovirus nature. cordate) to obviously three-lobed and have pointed tips (i.e. Re: Killing Blue Morning Glory (Ipomoea indica) with Dicamba M....hopefully « Reply #1 on: May 04, 2017, 06:24:12 AM » I wasn't sure if I could post pictures yet (as I am a new member), but it seems to have worked. Flowers borne in a densely packed panicle on a peduncle about 10-20 cm long. to ensure you have the latest version of this fact sheet. The leaves are variable and can be lobed or unlobed. the leaf margins vary from entire to shallowly or deeply three-lobed). Citation: IPOMOEA INDICA (Burman) Merrill, Interpr. Swedish naturalist Daniel Solander published little in his lifetime. Recorded from CYP. On related species, the flowers may be white or pink. Stems will often root at the nodes when growing on the ground[ 310 Copyright © 2016. On Kure, it is common in the central plain and makes a lovely groundcover. Copyright CSIRO. pubescent) younger stems and heart-shaped or three-lobed leaves. Ipomoea indica is very similar to Ipomoea cairica (coastal morning glory), Ipomoea purpurea (common morning glory) and Ipomoea hederacea (ivy-leaved morning glory). Staminal filaments about 35-40 mm long. Name – Ipomoea indica Family – Convolvulaceae Type – climbing vine, annual Height – 10 to 20 feet (3 to 6 meters) Exposure – full sun Soil – rich enough Foliage – deciduous Flowering – June to November. its large funnel-shaped flowers (5-10 cm long and 7-10 cm across) are blue or bluish-purple in colour with pale pinkish centres. Ipomoea Indica - Morning Glory ... Leaves are large and heart-shaped or lobed. These speciescan be distinguished by the following differences: 1. 2. Spring-Autumn. Ipomoea indica. No seed set in Ipomoea indica. herbaceous twining perennial,Bright green, sparsely hairy, heart-shaped leaves,Purplish-blue, reddish, magenta or white funnel-shaped flowers Invasive Species South Africa - Protecting Biodiversity from Invasion - Morning glory | Ipomoea indica Merrill, E.D. This plant reproduces vegetatively via rooting stems and can sometimes also produce seed (overseas only). Naturalised overseas in southern Europe, southern Africa, New Zealand, southern USA and on several Pacific islands. The leaves are arranged alternately to 10 cm in length, ovate (often with 3 lobes), with a cordate leaf base. retrorse) hairs when young and they occasionally also exude a white milky sap when broken. The funnel-shaped (i.e. They may also be dispersed by slashers, movers and other vehicles. Ovary about 1-1.5 x 1-1.5 mm, surrounded by a cream disk about 1 mm high. RPMS status. The alternately arranged leaves (5-18 cm long and 3.5-16 cm wide) are borne on stalks (i.e. An introduced species with a pantropic distribution, now naturalised in NEQ, CEQ and southwards as far as coastal central New South Wales. Many perennial species have reproductive incompatibility with individuals of their species that are closely related to them, and require outcrossing in order to produce seeds. Flowers borne in a densely packed panicle on a peduncle about 10-20 cm long. These species can be distinguished by the following differences: Fact sheets are available from Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation (DEEDI) service centres and our Customer Service Centre (telephone 13 25 23). Beautiful bell-shaped to tubular flowers appear in summer and autumn in colours ranging from purple through red to blue, white, or yellow. The complete, perfect, actinomorphic flowers are arranged cymes or are solitary. Distinctive heart-shaped, 3-lobed leaves, purple tubular flowers all year round. Ipomoea Growing and Care Guide. Blooms in summer. Ovary 3-locular with 2 ovules in each locule. A slender vine not exceeding a stem diameter of 2 cm. Western Australia: Unassessed - this species is declared in other states or territories and is prohibited until assessed via a weed risk assessment (throughout the entire state). Its alternately arranged leaves (5-18 cm long and 3.5-16 cm wide) are either heart-shaped or three-lobed. Also naturalised in south-western and western Western Australia, in south-eastern South Australia, in southern Victoria, on Lord Howe Island and on Norfolk Island. They have five long and narrow sepals (14-22 mm long). Life Cycle: Half hardy annual.Half hardy perennial commonly grown as a half hardy annual by gardeners. Blue Morning Glory; Common Morning Glory; Tall Morning-glory; Oceanblue Morning-glory; Blue Dawn Flower; Perennial Morning Glory; Purple-Flowered Bell Vine; Vine, Purple-Flowered Bell; Purple-Flowered Morning glory. Tall growing, twining creeper. Flowers: Trumpet/funnel shaped flowers 50-80mm diameter; Purplish-blue (Blue), mauve to pale pink/red/white (Coastal). Common in eastern Queensland and the coastal districts of eastern New South Wales. Pedicels about 10-15 mm long, each with a leafy bract about 20-30 x 5 mm. Anthers about 5 mm long. Opening bright blue in the morning, the blossoms fade to pinkish purple by late afternoon before closing. (Convolvulaceae) – Bell vine). Lateral veins about 7 or 8 on each side of the midrib. Its flowers are relatively large (7-10 cm across), its sepals are long and thin (14-22 mm long), soft-pilose or … tubular) flowers are bright blue or bluish-purple in colour with a paler pink or whitish-pink central tube. The stems usually develop a twining habit although they occasionally spread across the ground (i.e. Scientific name : Ipomoea indica (Burm.) Leaves with lamina broad-ovate, 4–17 cm long, 3–15 cm wide, apex acuminate, base cordate, margins entire to deeply 3-lobed, upper surface with short appressed hairs, lower surface silky-tomentose; petiole 3–13 cm long. CC-BY Australian Tropical Herbarium unless otherwise indicated in the images. 445. Stigma 3-lobed. In the late spring to fall, the three inch wide flowers open to a vibrant blue purple in the morning and lighten through the day to a violet blue and then a dark pink. Like Ipomoea tricolor but generally has smaller leaves and flowers. Leaf blades about 3-12 x 2.5-12 cm, petioles about 1-13 cm long. Also a weed of summer crops, plantations, open woodlands, disturbed sites and waste areas. Description: Perennial with twining stems, ± pilose. Leaf blades about 3-12 x 2.5-12 cm, petioles about 1-13 cm long. It is particularly common in suburban gullies, gardens, along roadsides and waterways and in disturbed rainforest. Ipomoea indica, called koaliʻawa, is the more common of the two morning-glory species native to Kure Atoll. Ipomoea indica (Blue Dawn Flower) - This is a tropical evergreen vine with lush velvety lobed leaves that can quickly cover a large area with stems rooting as they touch the ground. The fruit are globular papery capsules (about 10 mm across) containing four to six dark brown or black coloured seeds. They range from heart-shaped (i.e. Spreng.Convolvulus indicus Burm.Ipomoea acuminata (Vahl) Roem. These stems are fairly densely covered in spreading or backwards-curved (i.e. I. cairica has hairl… Br.) I. indica has hairy (pubescent) younger stems and heart-shaped (cordate) or three-lobed leaves. This species may have medicinal properties. Members of the genus Ipomoea usually have simple leaves, the margins of which may be entire, lobed, or divided, depending on the species.The trumpet- or funnel-shaped flowers are commonly borne in the axils of the leaves and are variable in size and colour. see more; Family Convolvulaceae . pan-tropical). Lateral veins about 7 or 8 on each side of the midrib. this species does not produce viable seed in Australia, and fruiting capsules are rarely seen here. This print is derived from an original illustration by Sydney Parkinson. It favors riparian and bottomland habitat. Calyx lobes (sepals) lanceolate, about 25-30 x 5-12 mm. Positive: On Jun 11, 2013, Reynardine from Lake Helen, FL wrote: Leaves. Inner sepals narrower than the outer. These large flowers (5-10 cm long and 7-10 cm across) are borne in clusters of two to twelve in the leaf forks (i.e. (7-10 cm). Ipomoea yellow vein virus (IYVV) Genus Begomovirus was first found infecting Ipomoea indica plants showing yellow vein symptoms in Spain (Banks et al., 1999) and Italy (Briddon et al., 2005), then found infecting cultivated sweetpotato plants. Habit, leaves and flowers. Common Names: Morning Glory, Messina Creeper, Cypress Vine, Moonflower, Moon Vine, Sweet Potato, Water Spinach, Swamp Cabbage. The fast-spreading convolvulaceae member in Bangalore could be any of the 3 species viz. All rights reserved. Perennial climber, with large funnel-shaped blue flowers. The leaves are large, broadly heart-shaped, and have a pointed tip. Its flowers are relatively large (7-10 cm across), its sepals are long and thin (14-22 mm long), and it does not produce viable seeds (capsulesare generally not seen). 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