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Family: CONVOLVULACEAE 

 Ipomoea obscura
 
  
Author:  John Bellenden Ker Gawler 1817
Family:  Convolvulaceae
Habitat:  Tropical Africa, Mascarene Islands, tropical Asia, northern Australia, Fiji, Hawaii
Soil:  Mix
Water:  Medium
Sun:  Maximum
Thickness:  7 Centimetres
Height:  50 centimetres (3 meters)
Flower:  White, Pale Yellow - Pale Orange.
Reproduction:  Seeds/Cuttings
Pop names: 
Obscure Morningglory, Small White Morningglory
Synonyms:  Convolvulus obscurus Carl Linnaeus 1762. Ipomoea luteola R. Br. 1810. Ipomoea insuavis Blume 1825. Convolvulus ochraceus Lindl. 1826. Convolvulus pilosus R. Br. 1826. Convolvulus trichocalyx Schumach. & Thonn. 1827. Ipomoea ochracea (Lindl.) G. Don 1837.  Ipomoea fragilis Choisy 1845. Ipomoea kentrocarpa Hochst. ex A. Rich. 1851.  Ipomoea demissa Hallier f. 1893.
   This member of the Convolvulaceae  family was given this name by John Bellenden Ker Gawler in 1817. It is found around the tropical part of the world except the Americas, growing in a well drained soil with some water and lots of sun. The vines will grow up to three meters, the flowers are pale yellow or pale orange.