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What's this super cool vine?

Posted by reachstaceyo Colorado (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 17, 14 at 19:45

Please tell me what the name of this vine is, so I can grow it in my yard ASAP.
It's got a woody stem, inch round leaf with a pistil coming from the center of it. In the summer the leaf is green with a hint of white. Later in the summer it gets a white flower, then in the fall/winter the leaf turns white and the flower has a red berry. It's the perfect vine, you never have to cut it down.

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RE: What's this super cool vine?

claytonia perfoliata?

RE: What's this super cool vine?

Lonicera reticulata or a related species?

RE: What's this super cool vine?

I was thinking Lonicera as well. I would like to see a photo of the branch . Lonicera should have opposite leaves below the terminal.

RE: What's this super cool vine?

One of the Loniceras. Lonicer caprifolium aka Perfoliate Honeysuckle has leaves like that. Don't know about the leaves turning white though....

Here is a link that might be useful: Perfoliate Honeysuckle

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