Ipomoea lonchophyla

Seed leaves are long and v-shaped (for similar, see bellvine, and common morning glory). The first true leaf is long and spear-shaped, with subsequent leaves becoming more triangular with flat to notched bases and wavy margins. The young stems can be purplish in colour.
Mature plants are prostrate, non-twining vines. Leaves have truncated or notched bases, leaf stalks 30–60 mm long, and leaf margins tend to fold inwards, unlike in  bellvine.
Flowers are white and trumpet shaped.