Vine Identification – 12 Types of Vine

Grapes hang from the vine

Cross Vine Cross Vine is a tough climber with bright orange-red flowers that bloom in spring. It’s native to North America and attracts hummingbirds with its vibrant colors and sweet nectar, making it a great addition to gardens and fences. Love Vine Love Vine, or Dodder Vine, is a parasitic plant that wraps around other … Read more

Plant Features: Kudzu

Kudzu is a persistent vine that was introduced to the southeastern United States in the late 19th century. Originally from East Asia, it found an ideal climate in the Southeast to spread rapidly. If left unmanaged, Kudzu forms dense thickets that choke out all native plants in its path. While deer have been observed eating … Read more

Plant Features: Morning Glory

How to Grow Morning Glories

Morning glory┬áis a common name for over 1,000 species of flowering plants in the family Convolvulaceae, belonging to the following genera: Calystegia Convolvulus Ipomoea Merremia Rivea Flowers could be almost any color depending on the species. As the name implies, morning glory flowers, which are funnel-shaped, open in the morning, allowing them to be pollinated … Read more

Plant Features: Greenbrier

Greenbrier Vine - About Plant

Greenbrier is a thorny evergreen vine that grows in thickets, along roadsides, and in woods. Greenbrier is the common name for a number of individual species of vine. All Greenbrier vines are good for wildlife. The black fruit is a good source of food for many species of birds and matures from September to November. … Read more