Latin name: Convolvulus simulans Perry
Pronunciation: kon-VOL-vew-lus SIM-yoo-lans
Common name: Small-flowered morning glory
Family: Convolvulaceae (Morning glory)
Habitat: Occasional in grassy and rocky places below 1000', coastal sage scrub, valley grassland, clay substrates, San Joaquin Valley, South Coast, West Transverse Range, Channel Islands
Blooming period: March to May
Name derivations: 1) Convolvulus 2) simulans