Vascular Plants of North Carolina
Account for Hairy Cluster-vine - Jacquemontia tamnifolia   (L.) Grisebach
Members of Convolvulaceae:
Only member of Jacquemontia in NC.
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Author(L.) Grisebach
DistributionMostly southern Coastal Plain; also Orange and Bertie counties. First collected in 1929 from a cornfield at Nakina, Columbus County by P.O. Schallert. A.J. Bullard reported a population from Cumberland County around 2009.

Native of the Neotropics; in N.A. PA to MO, south to FL and TX.
AbundanceRare to perhaps locally uncommon in some far southern states.
HabitatCropfields, fields, roadsides, road fill, weed at Mason Farm (Orange Co.).
PhenologyFlowering and fruiting August-October.
IdentificationHairy Cluster-vine is our only vine with small blue, cup-shaped flowers and heart-shaped leaves. The flowers are often paired in bloom, and each is only about 2/3 inches across.
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