The flower of Sea Bindweed is a larger version of
Field Bindweed, with a deeper shade of pink between the white stripes.
As with many other coastal species, the leaves are fleshy and, in this
case, kidney shaped.
Found mainly in dunes along most of Britain's coastline, it is in flower
from late spring through to late summer.
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