Fens, hedgerows, roadsides, wasteland, woodland.
Usually pure white but occasionally pink with 5 white stripes, up to 6cm, trumpet-shaped. Sepals often purple tinged and only half-covered by two large bracts. Often hybridizes with Hedge Bindweed making identification difficult.
Long stalked, arrow-shaped leaves and sharp-tipped, not hairy. The bases of the leaves have angled lobes.
Appalachia False Bindweed, Bearbind, Bearbine, Bellbind, Belle of the Ball, Bethbine, Bine Lilies, Bingham's False Bindweed, Bride's Gown, Bugle Vine, Cornbine, Daddy White-Shirt, Devil's Nightcap, Field Convolvulus, Gramophones, Grandma's Nightcap, Granny-pop-out-of-bed, Granny's Night Bonnet, Greater Bindweed, Heavenly Trumpets, Hedge Bell, Hedge False Bindweed, Hedge-Strangler, Hell Weed, Holland Smocks, Hooded Bindweed, Lady's Nightcap, Lady's Smock, Larger Sunshade, London Bells, Old Man's Nightcap, Pink Bindweed, Ropewind, Rutland Beauty, Wedlock, White Witches Hat, Wild Convolvulus, Wild Morning Glory, Withybind, Withyweed, Withywind.