The extremely long vines shoots across the ground marked with evenly spaced horizontal stems look like a railroad track giving this plant its common name of Railroad Vine. Its other common name is Beach Morning Glory and is a native plant that produce occasional bright pink flowers that open in the morning and close by mid-afternoon.

sThe blossoms appear on and off all year, and the plant's high salt tolerance makes it an idea for use in coastal properties as a dune stabilization on the beach because it sends deep roots into the sand as shown in my photo.

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