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Plant Identification: SOLVED: I have two plants that I do not know the names.

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wnight
North Port, FL

January 17, 2013
12:22 PM

Post #9388306

I have two pictures of one plant and three pictures of the other one.
I would appreciate the names of these two plants. I thought that the one with three pictures was a Goji plant . I am not sure.
This makes me so mad. I bought this plant that I have three pictures of and it was suppose to be a Goji plant. I only order plants that bear fruit . I can not remember what company I bought it from. OOOO wellllll Thanks a lot for all your help .
Steve

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vngarden
Seattle, WA

January 17, 2013
1:25 PM

Post #9388370

2, Parthenocissu quinquefolia?
2 I mean the 2nd set of images from 3-5.

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Rlalique
Bristol
United Kingdom

January 17, 2013
1:36 PM

Post #9388374

Last 3 photos are more like Parthenocissus tricuspidata.
vngarden
Seattle, WA

January 17, 2013
1:41 PM

Post #9388378

The last 3 images are definitely not a gojiberry, Lycium barbarum. Please do not attempt to eat those berries!

The first 2 images appear to resemble confederate jasmine, Jasminum sp. but the berry on the 2nd image confused me. Is it possible that purple berry comes from a different plant?

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Vestia
San Francisco, CA

January 17, 2013
3:42 PM

Post #9388495

I don't think the first one is Jasminum, or Trachelospermun. I don't recognize it.
The second plant does not look like Parthenocissus to my eyes, but I can't see the tendrils in your photos, which would help with the ID, if we could see them. I almost was ready to say it was a Passiflora - a "passionflower".

olddude

olddude
Big Pine Key, FL
(Zone 11)

January 17, 2013
4:33 PM

Post #9388545

The first plant strongly reminds me of Passiflora suberosa which is a native commonly called Corky Passionflower.
http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/1197/
Scott
Diana_K
Contra Costa County, CA
(Zone 9b)

January 18, 2013
7:23 PM

Post #9389761

I am thinking Passiflora for the palmately lobed leaf. Not Parthenocissus.

A few more details could help.
How to these plants attach to the wire or fence? Do they grow tendrils? Do the branches twine around things? Do the plants grow suckers of any sort that cling?

Flowers?

wnight
North Port, FL

January 19, 2013
11:24 AM

Post #9390210

Vestia wrote:I don't think the first one is Jasminum, or Trachelospermun. I don't recognize it.
The second plant does not look like Parthenocissus to my eyes, but I can't see the tendrils in your photos, which would help with the ID, if we could see them. I almost was ready to say it was a Passiflora - a "passionflower".


It definintely has tendrils over 6" long and they grab anything that they get near.
Vestia
San Francisco, CA

January 19, 2013
11:58 AM

Post #9390257

that would fit Passiflora

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