Discussion in 'Plant ID' started by Pinkiered, Sep 20, 2006.
Well done Julie. I'd NEVER have got it as I was simply looking for different types of ivy plants!!!
Denee,It hasn't bloomed yet .Ill let you know when it does, ok?
Heres some more pics about this vine. In the front its growing out of a small puddle of standing water. Heres the hole
Heres one growing in the back. The ground back there is very soupy. You sink down to your ankles back there.
I have been looking for an identity for this vine as well. Here in Atlanta, it is very invasive. I just identified it as most likely the passiflora lutea (wild yellow passion vine.) Initially I thought it was a Moonseed, however it has multiple seeds in the fruit, not just one crescent shaped seed. The single fruits appear every 8-10". They range from light green to black and resemble a small black olive. I will try to attach a photo of some that my husband pulled out of the bushes last night.
I think it could very well be a wild yellow passion vine as the leaves are the correct shape and it does have multiple seeds in the fruits.
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