Convolvulus pentapetaloides, Grassy Bindweed, Five-lobed bindweed,
Hebrew: חבלבל עדין, Arabic: لبلاب خماسي الفصوص

Scientific name:  Convolvulus pentapetaloides L.
Common name:  Grassy Bindweed, Five-lobed bindweed
Hebrew name:  חבלבל עדין
Arabic name:  لبلاب خماسي الفصوص
Plant Family:  Convolvulaceae, חבלבליים

Israel Flowers, Convolvulus pentapetaloides, Grassy Bindweed, Five-lobed bindweed,لبلاب خماسي الفصوص ,חבלבל עדין

Life form:  Therophyte, annual
Stems:  Prostrate, filiform; stems rather hairy at top
Leaves:  Alternate, entire
Flowers:  Light blue, dark blue, with a yellow throat, and a semi 5-cleft limb
Fruits / pods:  Capsule
Flowering Period:   April, May
Habitat:   Batha, Phrygana
Distribution:   Mediterranean Woodlands and Shrublands, Semi-steppe shrublands, Shrub-steppes, Deserts and extreme deserts
Chorotype:   Mediterranean
Summer shedding:  Ephemeral

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Derivation of the botanical name:
Convolvulus, Latin, convolvere, "to twine around"; "a bindweed" (Plinius), from convolvo, volvi, volutum, ere "to droll together, roll up, intertwine."
pentapetaloides, πεντα-, five; resembling five petals.
The Hebrew word chavalval, חבלבול. Shaul Tchernichovsky (1875 – 1943), poem: "You Are So Fragrant" (19.7.1929):... ניחוחם של חבלבלים, nichucham shel chavalvalim, fragrance of Convolvulus (Tchernichovsky's Note: chavalval, חבלבול, Convolvulus L. Winde, Bindweed, Вьюнок).
  • The standard author abbreviation L. is used to indicate Carl Linnaeus (1707 – 1778), a Swedish botanist, physician, and zoologist, the father of modern taxonomy.