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Sonoran Desert Plants
Ipomoea cristulata (Scarlet Morning-glory, Star-glory)

Crater Range

 

 Ipomoea cristulata

 Ipomoea cristulata

Habitat: mountains, canyons
Life Form: forb,annual or vine,non-woody
Leaf Description: alternate, simple
Flower Color: red or scarlet
Flowering Period: May to Oct.
Spines: spineless
Family: Convolvulaceae (morning glory family)
Abundance: rare
Additional Information:
Felger, R.S., S. Rutman, M.Costea, D.F. Austin, and J. Malusa. 2015. Ajo Peak to Tinajas Altas: Flora of Southwestern Arizona: Part 9. Eudicots: Convolvulaceae. Phytoneuron 2015-2, 1-22 page 16 (2.0 MB pdf)

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Our member horticultural expert is Hank Jorgensen. For more information on this plant species, see Hank's page on Ipomoea cristulata (opens in a new tab).

 

 

 

 

 

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