Saturday, August 14, 2010
Wild sweet potato vine
Whenever you see these white morning glory flowers with the purple centers, it is the wild sweet potato vine, Ipomoea pandurata. This wild sweet potato vine is along Tapawingo Drive in West Lafayette. Picture taken August 12, 2010.
Link to previous post on Ipomoea pandurata:
The dried plants next to the Ipomoea are the "bird's nests" which remain after the Queen Anne's lace flower goes to seed.
Link to the "bird's nest" of Daucus carota:
Posted by Nick at 11:04 AM