- Convolvulus arvensis – Field Bindweed
- Evolvulus arizonicus – Wild Dwarf Morning-glory
- Evolvulus nuttallianus – Shaggy Dwarf Morning-glory
- Ipomoea barbatisepala – Canyon Morning-glory
- Ipomoea costellata – Crestrib Morning-glory
- Ipomoea cristulata – Trans-Pecos Morning-glory
- Ipomoea hederacea – Ivyleaf Morning-glory
- Ipomoea ternifolia – Tripleleaf Morning-glory
- Jacquemontia pringlei – Pringle's Clustervine
Convolvulaceae – Morning-glory Family
Plants in the primarily warm temperate to tropical Morning-glory Family (Convolvulaceae) are annual and perennial vines, shrubs, trees, and lianas with alternate, simple or compound leaves, tubular to funnel-shaped flowers with 5 lobes, 5 sepals, 5 stamens, and a superior ovary, and fruit usually in the form of a capsule.
Listed below are some of the southeastern Arizona plants in this family.