Field Bindweed
Convolvulus arvensis

This herbaceous perrenial plant twines itself, in an anti-clockwise direction, around the stems of other plants along hedgerows or anything else it can attach itself to. It can also sprawl along the ground and inhabits waste or arable land, and is most common near the coast. The trumpet-shaped, scented flowers are white or pink but are usually a striped combination of both and can be seen during June to September. It is the smallest of the bindweed family.