Whitestar Morning Glory – Ipomoea lacunose

Whitestar Morning Glory
Whitestar Morning Glory

Flowers of this plant are considerably smaller than other varieties of Morning Glories. They are usually white, but can be palest pink or purple in color. The five petals are fused into a funnel shaped flower.

This small flowered form is also known as Whitestar potato and some Native American peoples consumed it as food.

No references to medicinal use found…YET!

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