Beach Morning Glory, Ipomoea Pes-aprae – Plant
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Ipomoea pes-caprae, often known as bayhops, bay-hops, seaside morning glory, beach morning glory or goat’s foot, is a typical pantropical creeping vine. It grows on the upper parts of seashores and endures salted air. It is one of the most typical and most generally distributed salt tolerant plants and provides one of the best known examples of oceanic dispersal. Its seeds float and are unaffected by salt water.
|Common Name||Bayhops, Bay-hops, Seaside Morning Glory, Beach Morning Glory or Goat’s Foot|
|Botanical Name||Ipomoea Pes-aprae|
|Bloom Time||June to October|
Beach Morning Glory Planting and Care
- Beach Morning Glory is a true creeper that climbs by twisting around objects and is not a potted plant.
- Soil should be well drained.
- The vine can also grow rather than stand upright and can accidentally attach itself to and reach other plants.
- Beach Morning Glory needs full sun for it to bloom.
Well drained soil
20 to 40 °C
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