Convolvulus L. >

Bracteoles minute, remote from the calyx. Capsule 2-locular Convolvulus
Outer sepals more than 4 mm long, apex acute to rounded with recurved apiculum. Leaves extremely variable in shape from base to top of stem, sagittate-cordate to linear, slightly crenate to deeply incised
Pedicels recurved at fruiting stage. Peduncle terete. Outside of outer sepals moderately to sparsely hairy, hairs loosely ascending to spreading, a few appressed. Leaf apex acute to rounded sometimes emarginate. Margins crenulate to serrate. Leaves moderately hairy to ± glabrous with semi erect hairs on both surfaces. Inflorescence solitary axillary, with solitary flowers, rarely with 2 flowers or 2 inflorescence’s per axil. Seed surface with reticulate ridges. Loam or clay soils. Open forests Fl. spring–autumn Convolvulus angustissimusangustissimus