|Etymology||Genus||Worm-like; referring to the twining stems|
|Species||Goat's foot; referring to the resemblance of the leaf to it|
|Common Names||Beach Morning Glory, Goat's Foot|
|Form||Ground creeper or climber|
A common creeping herb on sandy beaches, Ipomoea pes-caprae can be easily identified from its thick leaves, which are notched on both ends.
Dense coverage of the Beach Morning Glory at Punggol Beach.
The leaf is notched at both ends.
The flowers bloom around 10 am.
The fruit capsules break at the joints, releasing the seeds.
Stems are normally red.