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  • Lyndsey P-J aka FoodLiberator

    Botanical Name: Akebia quinata Form: Vine or ground cover Sun Exposure: Partial Shade/Full Sun Height/Habit: 4-6' Spread: 4-6' Spacing: 4-6' Hardiness Zone: 4 - 9 Flowering Date: Late spring to early summer. produces large seed pods which are ripe in early fall. The pulp which tasts somewhat like tapioca pudding is edible. Pruning: Prune in Spring after flowering if needed Additional Information: Plant produces male and female flowers on the same vine.

  • Faith Adina

    Chocolate Vine > Smells Like Chocolate and Produces Edible Fruit! Drink in the fragrance in summer; harvest the dessert in fall! Very fragrant, lilac-purple flowers come in May through June and smell like chocolate. Use this Japanese native as a climber or a ground cover—it looks great on trellises, arbors and fences. Very hardy, this unusual vine produces exotic leathery leaves and large seedpods that are ripe in September to October. The edible pulp tastes like tapioca pudding! Akebia quinata Zones: 4-9 Light: Full Sun to Partial Shade Height: 4-6’ Bloom Time: Late Spring to Early Summer $17.99

  • Sandra Bryan

    Chocolate Vine: zone 4-9, edible fruits (if you plant two together, tastes like tapioca pudding): comes in white, pink, or purple. Can be invasive, so check your local garden center.

  • Van Dibelius

    Violet Chocolate Vine - Flowering Vine Plants - Ground Covers and Vines - Gurneys Seed Nursery

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