Latin name: Ipomoea indica

Blue dawn flower

6 m. 19,68 f.
Family: Convolvulaceae

Synonyms: Ipomoea acuminata, Ipomoea learii

Genus: Ipomoea

Very large genus of more than 500 species, native to tropical and subtropical areas.
It comprises annual and perennial herbs, shrubs and trees. Some of the species are climbing plants.
They grow in full sun and warm climates. In colder climates they are used as annuals.
Typical species are easily propagated by seeds. Propagate cultivars by cuttings and layering.
Latin name: Ipomoea indica
Herbaceous climber with heart-shaped leaves and funnel-shaped purple flowers from spring to autumn.