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Ipomoea tricolor, the Mexican morning glory or just morning glory, is a species of flowering plant in the family Convolvulaceae, native to the New World tropics, and widely cultivated and naturalised elsewhere. It is an herbaceous annual or perennial twining liana growing to 2–4 m tall
Ipomoea coccinea is a flowering plant in the family Convolvulaceae known by several common names including red morning glory, red star and Mexican morning glory. It was first described by Linnaeus in 1753.
Red morning glories are fast growing, twisting climbing flowering vines that attract butterflies. The leaves are circular type , and commonly are three-lobed. They grow up to be about 2-4 inches long and about half as wide. The vines can reach 10 or more feet in length. The flowers are dull red with an orange throat. Red morning glory flowers are borne in clusters of a half dozen.