Common Name: Common Morning Glory
Scientific Name: Ipomoea purpurea
Size: Up to 3 m tall
Location: Pokhara, Nepal
Common Morning Glory is a native vine to Mexico and seen around fences, walls, and other structures, in Nepal. The vine grows to a height of up to 3m and the flowers are purple or white in color.
This trumpet-shaped flower has a diameter of 4-6 cm. The 4-10 cm leaves are shaped like a heart and are larger than the flower.
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