unknown vine

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  1. Tony Puddicombe

    Tony Puddicombe Active Member VCBF Cherry Scout

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    I would like to ID this deciduous vine and the new growth has been pushing up the last 3 weeks so there are now small leaves to look at. I was gifted 2 and was told they might be japanese honeysuckle,but I don't see them matching any pictures I have looked at on the internet. Deciduous,exfoliating bark,aerial roots,red new growth,compound leaf -odd pinnate with 7 leaflets that start at red but are now turning green, Survives zone 8 in Vancouver B.C.
     

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  2. Daniel Mosquin

    Daniel Mosquin Paragon of Plants UBC Botanical Garden Forums Administrator Forums Moderator 10 Years

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    May need photos later in leaf development. Shot in the dark - Campsis?
     
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    Could it be a porcelain berry vine? - Ampelopsis glandulosa?
     
  4. Tony Puddicombe

    Tony Puddicombe Active Member VCBF Cherry Scout

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    As the leaves are starting to be more developed I am considering it to be Campsis.time will tell.
     
  5. Tony Puddicombe

    Tony Puddicombe Active Member VCBF Cherry Scout

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    still wondering what this is. The plant has not bloomed yet and all Campsis in the neighbourhood have
    . I guess I will wait until nest year.
     
  6. TheScarletPrince

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    Toss an updated screenshot up here and let us see! :)
     

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