layering bulbs with other plants

Kipp McMichael kimcmich@hotmail.com
Mon, 20 Jul 2015 12:53:13 PDT
Greetings,
  I was out of town when the original post of the mystery plant was made. The image, upon close examination, seems to shows leaves that have prematurely aborted the expansion of their leaf tips. Perhaps this plant is from a cooler or more humid environment than it's current spot (which otherwise suits it for temps, water, etc) - or maybe it's a sport with stunted leaf tips (virus?).
In that case, the plants might have lanceolate leaf in "normal" form even though this specimen has blunt leaves.
Still no guess from me - but it does look Cissus-ish.
-|<ipp

> Date: Mon, 20 Jul 2015 19:14:24 +0000
> From: jamesamckenney@verizon.net
> To: pbs@lists.ibiblio.org
> Subject: Re: [pbs] layering bulbs with other plants
> 
> Jane wrote: " If a plant that can also climb is being considered as a groundcover over bulbs, I would not recommend the Akebia that, as a mystery plant, started the recent discussion. "
> Jane, that mystery plant is still, after its image has been viewed over a thousand times by people on several forums and listservs internationally, a mystery. If it's an Akebia, it does not really match any of the species I've seen. 
> And Carlo, the parthenocissus you so long to grow is not for us here on the East Coast, at least not in USDA zone 7. It has disappeared more than once from my garden. It might be possible coddled near a wall, but it's not a plant for the open garden. 
> 
> Jim McKenneyMontgomery County, Maryland, USA, USDA zone 7    
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