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Passifloras: is this a native passiflora?

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AnnieJo
(Annie ) in Austin, TX
(Zone 8a)

June 18, 2008
6:54 PM

Post #5123445

I live in Austin, TX and after I fenced off an area from the deer, a tiny little vine has appeared. Is this some type of passi? Thanks,
Annie

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azreno
Mesa, AZ
(Zone 9b)

June 19, 2008
7:57 PM

Post #5128872

Not passie, my guess would be some species of matelea.
AnnieJo
(Annie ) in Austin, TX
(Zone 8a)

June 19, 2008
8:52 PM

Post #5129116

A very good eye over on the Texas forum identified it as Climbing Milkweed, Sarcostemma crispum (Milkweed family) . I would have never found it! Thanks for your input.
Annie

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