Field bindweed – Convolvulus arvensis
Convolvulus arvensis L.
Convolvulaceae (Morningglory family)
Twining, creeping perennial vine.
Cotyledons are square to kidney-shaped. Leaves are alternate, arrowhead- to spade-shaped with nearly parallel leaf margins and generally rounded tips. Leaf bases are pointed or rounded.
Climbing, trailing, herbaceous vines up to 6 feet or more in length.
Flowers and fruit
White to pink petals fused into a funnel shape with two leafy, small bracts
approximately 1 inch below the flower base. Fruit are egg-shaped capsules
containing dull gray, brown or black seeds with one round and two flattened surfaces.
Seeds, creeping roots and rhizomes.