Identifying a flowering vine

pam39September 6, 2007

Hi all! There is a flowering vine I see growing all over my neighborhood and on public property on the way home. The leaves are green and grow profusely, especially all over fences. They have a flower that seems to only come out in late summer and early autumn. The flower is shaped a bit like a petunia and is a beautiful deep deep purple. Does anyone know what this is called or where I can buy it? If someone gave me a cutting, would it have to be taken out by the roots in the ground or could I put it in a glass of water and root it?


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If you could post or send someone a photo of the flower and leaves that would help alot...

    Bookmark   September 6, 2007 at 12:35PM
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