What is another word for Ipomoea Panurata?

7 synonyms found


[ ˌa͡ɪpəmˈi͡ə pˈanjʊɹˌe͡ɪtə], [ ˌa‍ɪpəmˈi‍ə pˈanjʊɹˌe‍ɪtə], [ ˌaɪ_p_ə_m_ˈiə p_ˈa_n_j_ʊ_ɹ_ˌeɪ_t_ə]

Ipomoea panurata, commonly known as the pandurata morning glory, is a flowering plant that belongs to the family Convolvulaceae. It is native to North America and is known for its medicinal properties. The plant is also used for landscaping purposes due to its beautiful flowers and foliage. The pandurata morning glory is also commonly referred to as the wild sweet potato vine, wild potato vine, or the man of the earth. In some regions, it is known as the Mississippi potato vine, prairie morning glory, or the Puckiyamut. Despite the different names that it is known by, the plant remains a popular choice among gardeners and herbalists for its beauty and medicinal properties.

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How to use "Ipomoea panurata" in context?

The perennial ipomoea is a type of isapogon. These plants can grow to an impressive height of six feet and spread width of two feet. They are characterized by their large, bluish-violet flowers and are natives to the Americas. Common names for the ipomoea include morning glory, morning glory vine, and evening glory.

The ipomoea is a well-loved ornamental plant for the home garden. There are many varieties available, including fragrant shrubs and tall vines. The flowers are easy to grow, brightly colored, and long-lasting.

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