The hedge bindweed, Calystegia sepium, is a 2-3 meter long herb that grows in swamp, meadows and dunes. The herb flowers are often pink, but can vary from light red to pink and white. The characteristic of the fence is its front leaves, which encircle the beak and which are not inflated, as is the case with the common garden snare.
The hedge bindweed is a perennial herb. It is originally not wild, but is frequently cultivated in gardens and can be lost.
The hedge bindweed is home to the Southeastern European forests and blooms from August to September.