Wildflowers of Southern Arizona
Morning-glory (Convolvulaceae) Family.
The funnel-shaped pink flowers have an up to 1/2 inch (1.3 cm) long corolla, a long stalk, and hairless, broad, often crested or warty, light green sepals. The leaves are palmately dissected with 5 narrow segments, giving them the shape of a 5-pointed star. The stems are slender, green, trailing, and twining at the tips.
Santa Catalina Mountains
Molino Basin Campground
Location: Along main road 0.4 miles from gate.
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