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This vine came up at my porch. It has grown like crazy. I thought it was a morning glory, but the blooms are so tiny, about the size of my thumb nail, but are very pretty. It seams to have 2 different leaves on it. TFL

Pattyo

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Posts: 1432 | Location: Dobson, North Carolina | Registered: Oct 06, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Here are the leaves.

 
Posts: 1432 | Location: Dobson, North Carolina | Registered: Oct 06, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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What about this>

LIL VIOLET TRUMPET VINE (Ipomoea cordatotriloba or possibly trichocarpa)

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A member of the morning glory family, this vine produces lavender colored blooms 1/2" Wide and 1" Deep with a dark violet inner throat. A vigorous climber this plant needs a trellis, arbor or fence. Attracts hummingbirds. Can easily be grown in containers or hanging baskets. Grows up to 8-10' feet tall. Best in Full Sun with average soil with good drainage. - Annual ZONES 3-9. (25 Seeds)


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Here ya go?


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Thank you, muddy, that is what I have. I was going to remove it, but I am glad I waited until you identified it. If it attracts humming birds I am going to leave it. I hope it reseeds for next year.

Pattyo
 
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I like it...really pretty. Glad Muddy could help ID it for you. Smile


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Posts: 7838 | Location: Black Creek, WI Zone 5 | Registered: Sep 18, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Good job Muddy!!
That is one pretty vine. Be sure to save seeds!!


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Ya!! Glad to help you!


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Another example of why I love this board. Gardeners helping each other!
 
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way to GO, muddy!


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