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Discussion in 'Plant and Tree Identification' started by EasyDay, Jul 18, 2006.

  1. EasyDay

    EasyDay Gimme a YAAAAY!

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    tillandsia Well-Known Member

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    Passiflora incarnata, commonly called Maypops
     

  3. EasyDay

    EasyDay Gimme a YAAAAY!

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    Thanks! They smell so nice, and they do a great job of providing coverage of our barbwire fence along our gravel road. Cuts down on the dust, too!
     
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    harrisjnet Okie with Attitude

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    Here in Southeastern Oklahoma we have vines and flowers that look like these. They have a variety of colors from white to purple. Some call them May Pops, others say they are wild passion vine. Either way they are beautiful.
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    Wildcrofthollow Well-Known Member

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    check out the earlier thread "Passion flower question" by Dahc. lots of info on this particular plant.