Bush morning glory (Ipomoea carnea ssp. fistulosa) belongs to Convolvulaceae (the Bindweed family). It is a shrub that is native throughout much of tropical America, from Mexico to Argentina, and it has naturalized widely elsewhere in the tropical areas. This herb grows in weedy fields, roadsides or ditch banks, and can reach 1-3 m long. The leaves are ovate or ovate-oblong with cordate or truncate bases. The flowers are pink to lavender or purple, funnel-shaped, and bloom in few to several-flowered clusters throuougt summer. Blooms last only one day. There is also white flower-colored form.