Natives of Texas -- Cypress Vine

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Cypress Vine

Convolvuoaceae Ipomoea quamoclit

This annual morning glory has red flowers that stay open all day. It blooms from July to November and usually self sows so that you will have vines each year. The common name comes from the shape of the leaves. It is a fast grower. It needs full sun to part sun to successfully bloom.

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