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Can anyone identify this? Like so many things it grew randomly in my yard. I live in AZ and despite that, it seems to thrive in full sun. All I can tell is it seems to grow like a vine.

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YB
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The flowers look like Morning Glories

although the leaves have me guessing...
Are the leaves attached to the flowers heart shaped and this vine mixed in with another type?

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It may be a morning glory,

I looked them up on Google and there are more than 1000 varieties in the morning glory family and I saw images with those same leaves, some morning glory plants are good landscape plants, unlike the "wild flower" morning glory also known as bind weed.

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Thank you guys for the help.

Thank you guys for the help. This is definetly one plant, I double checked. I think you guys are right, the leaves are off but the flowers are identical, and the flowers do bloom in the morning.

YB
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An interesting "control" article for Morning Glory

http://www.gardensalive.com/article.asp?ai=875

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"Ivy Leafed Morning Glory"

It's a variation.

I'd found one of these and harvested the seeds year to year as they're very pretty.


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