Field bindweed

Convolvulus arvensis



Barbine, Bell-bine, Corn bind

Importance

A very persistent and troublesome weed. A problem in horticulture.

Field bindweed - young1. Large cotyledons with pronounced indent at the apex. Seedlings are uncommon in the field, plants generally grow from root fragments.
Field bindweed - mature2. The true leaves are arrow-shaped with pointed lobes at the base.
Field bindweed 33. A climbing perennial with funnel shaped pink and white flowers in clusters, or singly along the stems.