Saw this vine at a local botanical garden. Can anyone identify?

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  1. Nate Turner

    Nate Turner New Seed

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  3. mart

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    Not anything I am familiar with unless its a type of trumpet vine !
     
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    Not a trumpet vine. Maybe a passiflore?
     
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    Not sure about it - However the one growing in the back (lower right side of the picture) is probably butterfly pea. I've grown it many times, and it's a most beautiful summer annular climbing vine, with eye-catching deep blue colored flowers. In hot and humid climates, it becomes a perennial plant, (remaining alive year after year) - But I'm really not sure about the plant in focus.

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    Could that be a hawthorne?
     
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    Not hawthorn
     

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