The flowers of Ivyleaf Morning Glory are sky blue, pink, or white; I have seen some photographs of a darker blue as well, but wonder if those might have been Ipomoea nil, which some consider to be synonymous with Ipomoea hederacea.


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The calyx, pedicel, and peduncle of Ivyleaf Morning Glory are covered with spreading hairs. The elongated, narrower tips of the sepals are much longer than the body of the sepal; similar I. purpurea has sepal tips which are shorter than or only slightly longer than the body.