Can any one identify this vine plant?

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Beautiful vine. I found in Washington DC. Surprised to see this as i have not seen such kind of vine that is hardy to grow outdoors in north east cold climate.
q can any one identify this vine plant
q can any one identify this vine plant
q can any one identify this vine plant
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  • Diane Kidd Diane Kidd on Sep 10, 2017
    it looks like wisteria

    • Jun17234456 Jun17234456 on Sep 29, 2017
      Yes, does look like wisteria to me also. It is a beautiful vine. Under the right conditions makes beautiful flowers but can be very invasive and needs constant trimming.

  • Jeff Jeff on Sep 10, 2017
    Not without a better picture. There are so many vines that have that basic shape, it would be impoissible to give an accurate answer. Post a better pic and some information about where the vine is growing, how you may have tried to remove it, whether or not it flowers, etc.

  • Bry29255733 Bry29255733 on Sep 10, 2017
    Jeff is right. There are a number of vines with leaves like that but it does resemble a trumpet vine. Does it have red/orange flowers shaped like a trumpet? Had those in our yard as a kid, and mama tried to kill them by chopping down to the roots and nothing worked. They grow wild in our area. I see them for sale as vines but I never would plant them! They will take over your yard, and almost impossible to get rid of.

  • Polly Fuller Polly Fuller on Sep 10, 2017
    picture not clear enough to identify.

  • M. M.. M. M.. on Sep 10, 2017
    almost looks like vinca minor,,, does it have purple/blue 5 petaled flowers? Great stuff if you're looking for a plant that can take a lot...

  • UpState UpState on Sep 11, 2017
    Really do need a decent picture ... but be re-assured it's not vinca minor (myrtle, periwinkle)

  • Brenda Brenda on Sep 11, 2017
    I agree with Abrd, looks like a wisteria. But really need a better picture.

  • Brenda Brenda on Sep 11, 2017
    If it is a wisteria, ya better build a strong trellis. Those vines will get up to two inches in diameter. I know, we have one. I am getting too old to climb up and trim up. As beautuful as they are in the spring with lavender colored blooms, we will have to get rid of it.

  • Suz29095034 Suz29095034 on Sep 11, 2017
    Looks like trumpet vine

  • Susanne Susanne on Sep 11, 2017
    I am thinking the same. Need a better picture. Might be an akebia vine. Looks sort of like mine, but hard to see in that picture.

  • Carolyn rogers Carolyn rogers on Sep 12, 2017
    take some of the leaves to local nursery

  • Big sis Big sis on Sep 12, 2017
    It doesn't look like my Wisteria, but it does look like my Trumpet Vine.

  • Abrd Abrd on Sep 12, 2017
    Thanks for all your responses. I am sure it is not trumpet vine nor wisteria nor akebia. Because i know/have all of these vines. Hence this particular vine attracted my attention. Its leaves are glossy. Vine is vigorous and healthy. No flowers on the vine.
    By leaf shape, it is very close to Vinca, but Vinca is a ground cover as i know. Not sure if there is a Vinca variety that is a vine.

  • Gem25636624 Gem25636624 on Sep 13, 2017
    I am voting for trumpet, the stalks look thicker than wisteria stalks

  • Gem25636624 Gem25636624 on Sep 13, 2017
    or is it really a vine or my fav (NOT!) - nandina?

  • Mona Mona on Sep 15, 2017
    I'm almost sure it's a wisteria.

  • Abrd Abrd on Sep 17, 2017
    OK. today I vent to Lowes and find this plant. Never noticed this in the past to be available at Lowes. It is found out to be Botanical name: Podranea ricasoliana
    Common names: Pink Trumpet Vine, Port St. John’s Creeper, Queen of Sheba. Thanks for all for responding.