|Ipomoea lacunosa f.
urpurata is an introduced-from-North-America annual herb, a
light reddish-purple form of Ipomoea lacunosa, found at
riversides or roadsides, etc. Stems are vines, twining themselves
around other vegetation and climb upwards. Leaves are alternate,
each cleft in 3-5, in the shape of the heart, with long peduncles.
Leaf axils bear approximately 3cm-in-diameter funnel-shaped, light
red-purple flowers. Bloom time: summer through autumn.