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I love growing unusual and interesting things and am teaching my son to love it too. I have a tiny mostly potted garden in Newcastle NSW.
@KariSamuel PS it's HUGE!
Are you asking about creeper? Looks like Rangoon vine or quiscalis. Can’t spell. Needs s closer look. Or you asking about tree. It looks like a conifer. Could be totally wrong
@sussanah I'm trying to ID the vine. There's pics of the flowers and beans as well.
Ok I saw beans too
Tag @brightcolours Katie in bean pic and this and flower. She may know. The beans remind me of leopard tree
New to me! But agree with @cyndi #hyacinthbeanvine @Sussanah
@brightcolours Katie I can’t cyber garden til this evening. I HATE the new internet we’ve been forced into. It’s so slow being Saturday too.
Grrr that sux @Sussanah 😠
We’ve found the NBN a vast improvement. We’re with Aussie Broadband, can’t praise them enough. We pay more so when it’s school holidays and other peak times we don’t notice a difference. @Sussanah
@brightcolours we’ve never had a problem til July last yr. been with optus 19 yrs.
What happened last year? 😳
@KariSamuel Kari this is growing in a garden near me. Unfortunately I can't ask the people who planted it because the house got sold recently. Do you think it could be a hyacinth bean? I'll put a pic of the beans up too
snail vine ???
@sussanah I looked up snail vine. It looks so beautiful but these flowers don't have that lovely curliness.
Looks like @cyndi is right. As always. Boy she’s an encyclopaedia
@Sussanah yes I was thinking hyacinth bean. I just want to double check before eat any lol
Thanks @cyndi. 😊 I've found lots of info on them. Just wanted extra confirmation before I knock on their door, ask for some pods and try to cook them. Lol
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