[ ˌa͡ɪpəmˈi͡ə nˈɪl], [ ˌaɪpəmˈiə nˈɪl], [ ˌaɪ_p_ə_m_ˈiə n_ˈɪ_l]
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How to use "Ipomoea nil" in context?
Ipomoea nil, also known as Captain Cook's vine, is a vine in the morning glory family that makes dense green foliage and clusters of white flowers in summer. Native to tropical and subtropical regions of the world, ipomoea nil can be found growing in moist, well-drained soil. Because it is an immigrant plant, ipomoea nil is susceptible to introduced pests and diseases, particularly verticillium wilt.
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