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I have this vine come up in my garden, unsure to keep or pullout. It is trifoliate with purple berries about pea size,numerous small seeds and stains fingers purple when squashed, can anyone help with identification, thanks

PS, I should add that in the photo showing purple berries that it is growing intertwined with a passionfruit vine, so as not to confuse the leaves also shown in that photo.
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Original Post was last edited: 16th August 2017 7:17am
Pademelon1 says...
I'm fairly sure that it is a passionfruit, as the picture without the purple berries also looks like a passionfruit. Since it is growing near another passionfruit, it is likely the rootstock species for that plant, and will be extremely vigorous and difficult to remove. I cannot identify the exact species that it is however.
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Brett says...
Thanks Pademelon1, searched web,possibly this may be a corky passion vine (passiflora suberosa), cheers
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