Black-bindweed



a weedy twining vine, Polygonum convolvulus, native to Europe and widely naturalized in North America.
black bryony.
noun
a twining polygonaceous European plant, Polygonum convolvulus, with heart-shaped leaves and triangular black seed pods

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