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I can't for the life of me remember the actual name of this lovely vine, and I have no photos, but perhaps I may describe it well enough for someone to know it. I planted this one year near some trees and for the longest time it only sent out its long, dark green vine. If I remember correctly it had small, shiny three pointed leaves. One day I looked high into the tree and there were so many beautiful, tiny (about an inch) incredibly bright red flowers. They were not trumpet type, they had 5(or 6?) very pointed petals and the vine stretched for a couple of feet between flowers. If I'm not even in the ballpark of a description anyone can identify, please accept my apologies, but I'm dying to find this flowering vine again.