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Sharp Pod Morning Glory:Ipomoea cordatotriloba
   
Family: Morning Glory: Convolvulaceae
Hardiness: Zones 7a to 11
Plant: Perennial, Size: Low climbing vine.
Flower: Rosy lavender,2-3 inches across.
Bloom Period: Spring-Fall
Soil: Adaptable
Exposure: Full sun, partial shade
Water: Drought tolerant
Planting: Fall or Spring sown seeds
   
NATIVE DISTRIBUTION: Found in fields, disturbed ground, thickets and wooland edges.
This vine is very aggresive so you have to be careful where you plant it. You may not even have to plant it at all. Mine came up by themselves and I have to keep them under control but they are very pretty and I enjoy them.