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vine id please

Posted by sorie6 6b ok. (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 8, 13 at 22:11

I found this coming up in my azalea bed. Flowers are about the size of a dime. it has small pods on it. green vine.Thanks
Can't post more than one pic at a time sorry.

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Clitoria mariana - large-flowered wild twining vine of southeastern and central United States having pale blue flowers. Also known as wild butterfly pea.

RE: vine id please

These flowers a pale pink. Are there different varities? I've not been able to find the name!!!
Is it invasive? Should I pull it up? Thank you

This post was edited by sorie6 on Tue, Sep 10, 13 at 7:37

RE: vine id please

Flower color of this species varies - from a light, silvery blue to mauve to a light silvery pink. You have received a correct ID.

Since it is a native plant, by definition it is not invasive.

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