Ipomoea sepiaria

Ipomoea sepiaria Ipomoea sepiaria Ipomoea sepiaria

Ipomoea sepiaria - Vines. Leaves ovate-cordate, triangular, oblong-triangular or lanceolate, 1 – 12 cm long, truncate, sagittate, hastate or with rounded lobes at the base, apically acute to acuminate, glabrous except for the margins which are often pubescent. Inflorescent few to many-flowered, often subumbollate-cymose. Fruits capsular, globose, 6 – 7 mm long, glabrous. Seeds pale, densely tomentose and often also with long trichomes at least along the margins.

Scientific Name Ipomoea sepiaria
Family Name CONVOLVULACEAE
English Name Purple heart glory
Local Name Rasa thel kola (රස තැල් කොළ)
Sanskrit Name
Conservation Status LC (NCS)-2012
Status Native
Edible Parts None

Ipomoea sepiaria Ipomoea sepiaria Ipomoea sepiaria

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