What might this be ? Plant is

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  1. 138zacvining

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    Passiflora of some sort?

    I get the feeling it's not indigenous.
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    Yeah passion vine /maypop is what I found as well , just thought it was strange to find in Va. Or it maybe more common than I think I'll have to keep an eye out to see if I can find more .
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    I see maypop in North Carolina quite often.
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    I just did some reading on it and grows as far north as Pennsylvania. The type I found although Deciduous they can handle a freeze . Idk why but I thought they where always tropical plant .
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    The seeds are a delicious treat after the pods have ripened.

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