Bindweed is a vigorous, climbing, broadleaf weed with showy, 1- to 1½-inch, white to pink, funnel-shaped flowers and 1- to 2-inch, arrow-shaped, soft green leaves. Its twining stems can climb or sprawl up to9 feet high, including up and over desirable landscape plants.  In most areas, Bindweed grows from late spring through summer. Seeds can remain dormant in the soil for many years.

Where Bindweed is Found Geographically

Bindweed is common in most areas of the United States.

Similar or Related Plants

Morning glory.



Cultural Controls

For additional methods of controlling Bindweed, contact your local cooperative extension