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I have been admiring a lush vine like this one at the Chapala Society for 17 years. A few years ago, I put a few seeds from it into my pocket and scattered them in a spot where I’ve never been able to get any thing to take hold. I’d tried a grape vine to no avail, so thought perhaps these could use the dead grape vines for support. This year I noticed that they had bloomed. I took one of these photos then. Today I took it at a later stage, more fully bloomed out. For years, I’ve wondered what it was and I finally lucked out and found it on a website. It is called a Pink Coral Vine, so when I forget that at a later date and label this as a mystery flower, you can remind me!