Common Name

Silver Bindweed




Perennial forb, trailing, stems to 1m long.  Leaves alternating along the stem, 0.5-2.5cm long, 4-18mm wide, flat, hairy, edges lobed and scalloped to toothed, lowermost leaves entire.  Flowers white to pink, funnel shaped, with 5 lobes, solitary or in pairs on short stalks arising from the bases of the leaves.  Rare Vic.

Differs from Convolvulus clementii and Convolvulus remotus in that the leaves are roundish, without a terminal lobe.

Differs from Convolvulus microsepalus in that the sepals are 4-7mm in length, with a small point.

PlantNET description and photo of dried plants:

Description and line drawings in  Johnson, R.W. (2001) A taxonomic revision of Convolvulus L. (Convolvulaceae) in Australia. Austrobaileya 6(1): pages 15-19, Fig. 5A page 16, Fig. 6A page 18, Map 4 page 18