Ivy-leaved morning glory (Ipomoea hederacea) belongs to the Convolvulaceae (the Morning glory family). It is an anuual herb that is native to Central America to South America. Today, it is widely naturalized from tropical to temperate regions. It grows in wastelands, bushes, roads, etc., and the length of the vines is 1-2 m. The stems are covered with short reverse bristles. Leaves are 3 fissures or undivided, with fine hair growing on both sides. The funnel shaped blue, about 5 cm in diameter flowers bloom in the axilary racemes from June to October.