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VineWorld Morning Glory
Morning Glory commented on by VineWorld South Carolina, USA7 years ago

Do you know flower color? How big they were? It's quite had to ascertain just which species it could be by looking at a baby plant.
A few suggestions could be Ipomoea tricolor, Ipomoea purpurea, Ipomoea hederacea, Ipomoea hederacea var. integriuscula, Ipomoea cordatotriloba, or Ipomoea triloba. It could also be even another, but I find these the most common.

VineWorld Cypress Vine
Cypress Vine commented on by VineWorld Sarasota, Florida, USA7 years ago

This is Ipomoea sloteri, not quamoclit. I. quamoclit has star flowers and more feathery leaves.

VineWorld Pepper vine
Pepper vine commented on by VineWorld Florida, USA7 years ago

This is Poison Ivy.

VineWorld Morning Glory
Morning Glory commented on by VineWorld South Carolina, USA7 years ago

It's a morning glory sp.

VineWorld Bittersweet Nightshade
Bittersweet Nightshade commented on by VineWorld Marion, Iowa, USA7 years ago

This is Solanum dulcamara; Bittersweet Nightshade.

VineWorld Cardinal Vine
Cardinal Vine commented on by VineWorld Tampa, Florida, USA7 years ago

Ipomoea x multifida (more common name of I. sloteri) is another species from Cypress Vine, which is Ipomoea quamoclit. This is I.quamoclit, Cypress Vine.

VineWorld vine
vine commented on by VineWorld 伊万里市 (Imari), Japan7 years ago

A species of Wisteria, most likely Japanese Wisteia; Wisteria floribunda.

VineWorld Orbweaving spider
Orbweaving spider commented on by VineWorld Hawaii, USA7 years ago

Sorry didn't realize that.

VineWorld Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by VineWorld Melbourne, Victoria, Australia8 years ago

It's a type of Morning Glory vine.

VineWorld Abutilon sp
Abutilon sp commented on by VineWorld Itararé, São Paulo, Brazil8 years ago

Looks like an Abutilon species.

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