Sorry, Penny, I'm clueless on this one. I love the little flowers though and that cute little corkscrew thingie on the vine. One of your smart readers will be able to help you out I'm sure.I hope it is one you'll want to keep... love how that happens.Meems
No idea, but it is sweet.
Sorry, I am not name person either. Very cute flowers.
It is a sweet little flower. I expect it is a wildflower and not a cultivar.
Thanks, folks. Maybe someone else will chime in with an answer. Whatever it is, I plan to keep it. I think it will look lovely in a mixed pot with a trellis where it can climb or trail among marigolds and nasturtiums.
I don't know either, but it's definitely a keeper.
It kinda looks like a sweet pea vine..although the flowers are quite small. Can't say for sure. Does it have any scent?
Hey, Susan. No scent -- or none that I can detect. True vetches, which are not New World plants, are in the same family as sweet peas -- Fabaceae -- hence the similarity.
Very interesting, It does look like a peaplant.Does it have pods?
Whatever it is, it's a darling. :) I hope you can keep it.
I am going to take a guess and say that it is a Lobelia, maybe Lobelia feayana.I think that is one of the common wildflowers in Florida.Matti
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