Field bindweed
Convolvulus arvensis

Description
Perennial weed with deep taproot and numerous horizontal root stolons covered with buds, found in warmer to moderate regions.

Characteristic Features
Older leaves saggital, infindibulate white to purple flowers.

Cotyledons
Long-petiolated, square to kidney-shaped, usually with a slight indentation at the apex, midrib and veins visible.

Stems
Hairless, prostrate or sinistrorse, glabrous to pubescent, 6-angled.

Leaves
Saggital, lobed at the base, 20 mm (80.78 inch) long petiole, blade glabrous or pubescent, rounded at the apex.