Morning Glory, Ivy-Leafed

Ipomoea hederacea

Photo of Morning Glory, Ivy-Leafed
Photo by Dr. John Meade, weed scientist emeritus
Rutgers NJAES Cooperative Extension

Ivy-leaved morning glory is also called Ipomea hederacea var integriuscula when the leaves are entire rather than three lobed. A very common weed of New Jersey and somewhat difficult to control because the seeds are able to germinate from depths of eight inches. The entire leaf variety is often mistaken for a bindweed and vice-versa.

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