Wildflowers of Southern Arizona
Morning-glory (Convolvulaceae) Family.
The flowers have 5 long, slender, hairy sepals and are tubular, funnel-shaped, and up to 2 inches (5 cm) wide. The flowers are only open in the morning. The leaves are green, hairy, and are usually 3-lobed, but they may also be 5-lobed or heart-shaped. The stems are green, slender, hairy, and twining.
Sabino Canyon Recreation Area
Location: Along main road 2.5 miles from Visitor Center.
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