For Andrea Petersen ~ A Sweet Potato Vine I was told..

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UploadedJuly 8, 2011
TakenJune 26, 2011
MakeEastman Kodak Company
ModelKODAK EASYSHARE C182 Digital Camera
Exposure1/125 sec at f/2.9
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length5.7 mm
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I was given one seed-or fruit by a lady at work in 2004. The lady said it was called a sweet potato vine.. From one came many. Each new vine produced many new seeds. I don’t know if I should call it seed or fruit. This is not some thing one can eat I bet. This is probably not the real name of this vine- who knows- but I looked up sweet potato vine that is grown fm a sweet potato. This is, of course not the case here. I was given the seed?-in the fall, and kept it in my drawer till spring- till it began to sprout. So I planted it. From one came

many. The seed- is round, and brownish. There are no flowers that grow fm this vine. The vine covered my porch area and make the front porch so cool. I have trained them in years past, but have not done that this year.

The drought has taken a real toll

on the plants this year. We are 20 inches short of rain this year.

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