Bindweed - Convolvulous Convolvulus arvensis


Colour: White or pink
Flowering: June - September
Height: 8 - 40" (20 - 100 cms)
Blooms: Funnel-shaped flowers


Bindweed is in the same family as morning-glory and its flowers are very similar. However, bindweed is a perennial weed. It is probably the most troublesome weed in the garden and is very difficult to eradicate. It has a massive root system and its long stems twine around other plants and trees. Bindweed - Convolvulous

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