Convolvulus arvensis L. (Field bindweed)

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Field bindweed

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Convolvulus arvensis

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Convolvulus arvensis L. – (Field bindweed)

Perennial herb of the binweed family -Convolvulaceae- till to 2 m. long. Clambering or creeping liana growing from slim rhizomes. Saggitate leaves till 5 cm long. petiolated. Funnel-shaped leaves, white or with pink bands, stalked till 3 cm wide. 5 sepals, non- acute, glabrous. Fruit in capsule. By the side of the paths, grasslands and cultivated lands.

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22 April, 2019

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