medium pink flowers, the foliage is heart shaped a climber the foliage does tend to redden in the sun.
mg id needed
this opens in the daytime,it has flowers the same size as merremia (snakevine) if that helps
yes so neither of the above is it then.
i would say Argyreia nervosa http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://kumarpati.files.wordpress.com/2010/07/argyreia_nervosa.jpg&imgrefurl=http://kumarpati.wordpress.com/page/16/&h=364&w=536&sz=10&tbnid=o0Xf-gnQfRMJfM:&tbnh=90&tbnw=132&prev=/search%3Fq%3Dargyreia%2Bnervosa%26tbm%3Disch%26tbo%3Du&zoom=1&q=argyreia+nervosa&hl=en&usg=__PNr0AyVZ1s1GutJ_Dis92h6a1yI=&sa=X&ei=irmyTcuSBpKjtgfImvjpDg&sqi=2&ved=0CDAQ9QEwAQ
It isnt argryreia nervosa, this plants flowers are not that big and the leaves are wrong for that , Ihave that plant so scratch that from the list.any more suggestions:)
[Is that you Annette?]
What you have is definitely not Ipomoea macrorhiza
nor any of the other guesses mentioned
Can you by chance show a photo of the sepals?
And photo of the leaves as well
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amorefleur, do you have additional images as EmmaGrace mentioned?
Yes it is me I dont have additional pics as of yet the leaves are skinny and heartshaped and tend to go red in the sun, I found it growing wild and I collected seeds so will grow out and go from there:)
The flowers do look similar, but the description of the leaves doesn't fit. I have I. cairica, but no picture for comparison. Think now would be a good time to take one.
I know the beach morning glory, the flowers on this are half its size and your leaves are all wrong not i.cairica, will try and get some more pics of foliage and leaves...