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climbing blue flowered vine

Posted by bev2009 6 IN (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 14, 13 at 18:48

I saw this in Nashville, Indiana in the fall after several frosts. The store owner had no idea what it was. I told her I would post here and get back to her. It has only taken me four months. LOL I know one of you will know. Thanks

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RE: climbing blue flowered vine

Perhaps it's something along the lines of Maurandella antirhhinflora

Here is a link that might be useful: Maurandella

RE: climbing blue flowered vine

Asarina scandens 'Joan Lorraine' or similar

RE: climbing blue flowered vine

Thank you, Carol and Jaynine. I'll have to go with the Asarina scandens. The flowers are much more open than a snap dragon. Although this vine is suppose to be a perennial in zone 9-10, it is being grown in a pot, left outside all winter in a zone 6. Since I am also a zone 6, I may have to try and see if it will be a perennial for me too. Thanks again.

RE: climbing blue flowered vine

Alison, I received your email about the seeds, but the email said: "(PLEASE NOTE: The member responding to your post has chosen not to reveal his or her email address. Therefore, you cannot reply to this message via email.)"

So I can respond to you via email. I would be interested in some seeds though.


RE: climbing blue flowered vine

That should have been...So I CAN"T respond. Bev

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