To call the unique railroad vine a fast growing ground cover is almost an understatement. Like a turbo-charged express train, it makes tracks so rapidly you can almost watch it grow. The other common name is Beach Morning Glory. This Florida native plant is in the morning glory family and produces occasional bright pink flowers that open in the morning and close by mid-afternoon. The blossoms appear on and off all year, and the plant’s high salt tolerance makes it ideal for use in coastal properties.
Source: South Florida Plant Guide
Location: Casperson Beach