Content tagged "invasive vine"

Cynanchum louiseae, Black Swallowwort

Black swallowwort is an invasive herbaceous, twinning, perennial vine. Leaves are opposite, dark green, oval, shiny, entire, 3 to 4 in. (7.6 to 10.2 cm)...

Clematis terniflora, Sweet Autumn Virginsbower

Sweet autumn virginsbower is an invasive climbing, semi-evergreen, ornamental vine. The leaves are opposite, compound (with three to five leaflets), and the...

Securigera varia, Crownvetch

Crownvetch is a low-growing, invasive, herbaceous vine that usually forms thickets up to 3 ft. (0.9 m) in height. The leaves are pinnately compound with 9 to...

Paederia foetida, Skunk Vine

Skunk vine is an invasive perennial climbing or trailing vine that can grow to 30 ft. (9.1 m) long. Plants originate from a woody rootstock and can invade...

Wisteria sinensis, Chinese Wisteria

Chinese wisteria is an invasive deciduous woody vine capable of growing to a height of 40 ft. (12.2 m). Stems can be up to 10 in. (25.4 cm) in diameter, with...

Humulus japonicus, Japanese Hop

Japanese hop is an invasiveĀ annual, climbing or trailing vine that is native to eastern Asia. This vine has five-lobed leaves (generally), downward pointing...

Dioscorea alata, Winged Yam

Winged yam is an invasive herbaceous, twining vine that can grow to lengths exceeding 30 ft. (9.1 m). It invades open to shady areas in the extreme...

Vinca minor, Common Periwinkle

Common periwinkle, a common invader throughout most of the United States, is an evergreen to semievergreen trailing vine that reaches up to 6.6 ft. (2 m) in...

Dioscorea bulbifera, Air Potato

Air potato is an invasive herbaceous, twining vine that can grow to lengths exceeding 60 ft. (18 m). It invades open areas in the subtropical Southeastern...

Euonymus fortunei, Winter Creeper

Winter creeper is an evergreen, woody vine that invades forests throughout the Eastern United States. The plant can be a small shrub growing in mats along...

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