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bellafortuni Fullerton, CA Yet another vine to identify. No flowers, unfortunately, but the leaves are quite distinctive, so maybe someone will recognize it. I also included a picture of the growth tip showing the fuzzy nature of the stems. The vine is growing abundantly here is in Southern California.
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ViburnumValley Scott County, KY (Zone 5b) I expect that's a
Clematis sp. of some sort, with the trifoliate leaves and opposite arrangement.
Vestia San Francisco, CA
C. lasiantha is very common. In SoCal it could also be C. ligusticifolia.
bellafortuni Fullerton, CA Excellent. I suspect ligusticifolia is right, but will wait for blooms and if it is deciduous.
Thank you both.
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