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Woolly Morning Glory

Natural History

Woolly Morning Glory is a member of the Morning Glory Family. The plant appears as a clinging vine and has dark green leaves that grow to 3-5 inches in length. Leaves come in two varieties, either with 3 pointed lobes or those that lack lobes altogether. The plant grows in fields and along roads at elevations between 1000 - 5500 feet.

Woolly Morning Glory is considered a weed in many areas.

Woolly Morning Glory blooms between July and November and produces a purple, tubular flower with 5 petals to 1 inch in width.

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