|Field Bindweed is a member of the Morning
plant appears as a trailing vine growing to 4 inches in height with dark green,
arrow shaped or triangular leaves that grow to
2 inches in length on one side of the stalk. The plant
typically grows in fields, clearings and disturbed areas throughout
was introduced to
the US from Europe and is considered a troublesome weed.
Field Bindweed blooms between May - September and
produces a white to pinkish funnel shaped flower with 5 petals to 1
inch in width.