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SOLVED: Can you help me ID this?

Villa Rica, GA(Zone 7a)

I only have a pic of the leaf, b/c I don't have a camera that I can take outside. But this plant was planted last year and on the seed pack(from a DG trade) it only said "Pink Moon Vine" well last year it did grow some but never got big enough to bloom. This stayed green all winter here in my zone, but it started off being a small squatty plant about 1' tall and seemed to be a little on the busy side....well now.....it has a runner in the top of it!! I can't swear that this is the same plant as the "pink moon vine" but I don't remember planting it! The leaves on it look all wrinklie or you could say it has deep veins. Now it is about 2' tall and is making itself into a vine of somesort. All I have to go by is the pink moon vine name, but all my searches came up notta! Sooooo anyone of you ever seen this or can you help me ID it just from my explanation of it?
Thank in advance!

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lagrange, GA(Zone 7a)

Sounds like a pink moon vine to me.

Villa Rica, GA(Zone 7a)

LOL Come on Jim, can't you give me another name for it!??

lagrange, GA(Zone 7a)

I wish I could help you out. Pretty foilage.

Palmyra, VA(Zone 7a)

Dinu entered it into the PDB http://davesgarden.com/showthread/270426.html.

Villa Rica, GA(Zone 7a)

Well Tim, I actually have that one too, but the plant in question isn't the same. The leaves on it are more gathered. almost like the veins in it have been drawn up together to form a very wrinkled leaf. this one looked more like a small bushy plant for a while then made a runner in the top of it. Is there any other colored moon vines that maybe have a different leaf on them??

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