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vines unit 1

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Fallopia aubertii Silver Lace Vine Alternate leaves: simple, hastate, bright green, sparse foliage Flowers: white, July - September Fall color: yellow Culture: adaptable, full sun - shade Notes: twining, very vigorous, spreads by rhizomes
Clematis terniflora Sweetautumn Clematis Opposite Leaves: pinnate, 3-5 leaflets, entire, heart shaped Stem: 12-18 ridges, straw colored Flowers: small white, late Aug/early September Fall color: weak yellow culture: full sun - adaptable Notes: east to grow, many flowers, twining
Celatrus orbiculatus Chinese Bittersweet Alternate Leaves: simple, rounded Flowers: white (insig.), late May/early June Fruit: axillary position, red fall color: red culture: adaptable Notes: twining, very vigorous
Clematis x jackmanii Jackman Clematis Opposite Leaves: pinnate (mostly) sometimes simple, entire Stem: 6 ridges, light brown Flowers: white to purple (many colors) June Fall color: insig. Culture: good soil, full sun Notes: twining, leaves twine also.great landscape plant, many cultivar
Celastrus scandens American Bittersweet Alternate (native) Leaves: simple, serrate Flowers: white (insig.) late May/early June Fruit: red, terminal Fall color: yellow Culture: full sun (adaptable) Notes: very vigorous, will take over, twining
Akebia quinata Five Leaf Akebia Alternate Leaves: palmate Flowers: purple, late March/early April Fall color: yellow Culture: sun/shade (adaptable) Notes: twining, vigorous growth, insig. fruit, a few cultivars
Ampelopsis brevipendunculata Porcelain Ampelopsis Alternate Leaves: simple, 3 lobed, coarsely serrate Flowers: white (insig) July - September Fruit: berry, green > red > blue Fall color: dark green (insig.) Culture: full sun/part shade, average soil will adapt notes: twining, fast growth, few culti
Campsis radicans Common Trumpetcreeper Opposite (native) Leaves: pinnate, 9-11 leaflets, serrate Flowers: orange July-October Fruit: pod Fall color: yellow Culture: very adaptable, grows anywhere Notes: aerial rootlets at nodes, several cultivars
Wisteria floribunda Japanese Wisteria Alternate Leaves: pinnate, 13-19 leaflets, entire Stem: twines clockwise, 2 spiney appendages at top of leaf scar, nodes far apart Flowers: purple May Fall color: yellow Fruit: pod Culture: full sun Notes: very vigorous, root prune
Rhus radicans Poison Ivy Alternate (native) Leaves: trifolate, wavy, toothed, pointed Flowers: white (insig) Fruit: smooth white berries Fall color: yellow/orange Culture: anywhere Notes: aerial rootlets
Hedera helix English Ivy Alternate Leaves: simple, entire, evergreen Flowers: A. yellowish-green late June/early July Fruit: A. following spring Culture: better soil, full sun/shade adaptable notes: ground cover (juv.) shrub (adult) aerial rootlets at node
Hydrangea anomala subsp. petiolaris Climbing Hydrangea Opposite Leaves: long petiole, simple, serrate stem: brown w/ peeling bark, large bulbous bulbs Flowers: white late June/early July Fall color: yellow Culture: full sun/some shade, east wall, average soil Notes: aerial rootlets at internodes, slow t
Fallopia aubertii Silver Lace Vine Alternate leaves: simple, hastate, bright green, sparse foliage Flowers: white, July - September Fall color: yellow Culture: adaptable, full sun - shade Notes: twining, very vigorous, spreads by rhizomes
Clematis terniflora Sweetautumn Clematis Opposite Leaves: pinnate, 3-5 leaflets, entire, heart shaped Stem: 12-18 ridges, straw colored Flowers: small white, late Aug/early September Fall color: weak yellow culture: full sun - adaptable Notes: east to grow, many flowers, twining
Celatrus orbiculatus Chinese Bittersweet Alternate Leaves: simple, rounded Flowers: white (insig.), late May/early June Fruit: axillary position, red fall color: red culture: adaptable Notes: twining, very vigorous
Clematis x jackmanii Jackman Clematis Opposite Leaves: pinnate (mostly) sometimes simple, entire Stem: 6 ridges, light brown Flowers: white to purple (many colors) June Fall color: insig. Culture: good soil, full sun Notes: twining, leaves twine also.great landscape plant, many cultivar
Celastrus scandens American Bittersweet Alternate (native) Leaves: simple, serrate Flowers: white (insig.) late May/early June Fruit: red, terminal Fall color: yellow Culture: full sun (adaptable) Notes: very vigorous, will take over, twining
Akebia quinata Five Leaf Akebia Alternate Leaves: palmate Flowers: purple, late March/early April Fall color: yellow Culture: sun/shade (adaptable) Notes: twining, vigorous growth, insig. fruit, a few cultivars
Ampelopsis brevipendunculata Porcelain Ampelopsis Alternate Leaves: simple, 3 lobed, coarsely serrate Flowers: white (insig) July - September Fruit: berry, green > red > blue Fall color: dark green (insig.) Culture: full sun/part shade, average soil will adapt notes: twining, fast growth, few culti
Campsis radicans Common Trumpetcreeper Opposite (native) Leaves: pinnate, 9-11 leaflets, serrate Flowers: orange July-October Fruit: pod Fall color: yellow Culture: very adaptable, grows anywhere Notes: aerial rootlets at nodes, several cultivars
Wisteria floribunda Japanese Wisteria Alternate Leaves: pinnate, 13-19 leaflets, entire Stem: twines clockwise, 2 spiney appendages at top of leaf scar, nodes far apart Flowers: purple May Fall color: yellow Fruit: pod Culture: full sun Notes: very vigorous, root prune
Rhus radicans Poison Ivy Alternate (native) Leaves: trifolate, wavy, toothed, pointed Flowers: white (insig) Fruit: smooth white berries Fall color: yellow/orange Culture: anywhere Notes: aerial rootlets
Hedera helix English Ivy Alternate Leaves: simple, entire, evergreen Flowers: A. yellowish-green late June/early July Fruit: A. following spring Culture: better soil, full sun/shade adaptable notes: ground cover (juv.) shrub (adult) aerial rootlets at node
Hydrangea anomala subsp. petiolaris Climbing Hydrangea Opposite Leaves: long petiole, simple, serrate stem: brown w/ peeling bark, large bulbous bulbs Flowers: white late June/early July Fall color: yellow Culture: full sun/some shade, east wall, average soil Notes: aerial rootlets at internodes, slow t
Lonicera japonica Japanese Honeysuckle Opposite Leaves: simple, entire Stem: pubescent Flowers: white axillary June - November Culture: everywhere, invasive Notes: twining vine
Lonicera sempervirens Trumpet Honeysuckle Opposite (native) Leaves: elliptical, entire, end leaf fused Flowers: red/orange, terminal, June - October Fall color: Culture: full sun, very adaptive Notes: twining, new growth blooms, 12 cultivars
Parthenocissus quinquefolia Virginia Creeper Alternate (native) Leaves: palmate, coarse serrate Stem: knobby lenticels, dish leaf scar Flowers: greenish (insig.) late May/early June Fruit: berries Fall color: red Culture: adaptable. salt, pollution tolerant Notes: aerial rootlets node, suctio
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