CONVOLVULACEAE,  Morning-glory Family

Herbs. usually trailing or twining, sometimes with milky juice; leaves alternate, simple ( rarely deeply divided); flowers hypogynous, bisporangiate; sepals 5, usually separate; corolla regular, with 5 lobes or plaits; stamens 5, on corolla tube; hypogynous disk usually present; carpels 2 or 3, united. locules as many or twice as many as result of raised septum in each carpel; fruit a capsule.