Unidentified vine in Florida
May be native, may be exotic. I have scoured the interned for many hours over several months trying to find an ID, but with no luck.
Note: It is not a Morning Glory (they twine) and it is not Coral Vine (the leaves are all wrong, including the seed leaves).
There are a few characteristics that should make the vine easy to identify for anyone even remotely familiar with it.
- The leaves are heart-shaped, grey-green in color.
- The edges of the leaves are notched (crenate) not serrate
- The vine does not twine, rather climbs by tendrils
- The seed leaves are very distinctively palmate shaped
Here are a few photos: