IPM1021, New December 2003
Redvine is a perennial woody vine that regenerates new growth from woody rootstocks and climbs by its tendrils.
In the seedling stage, its leaves have a heart-shaped appearance similar to those of morningglories. Mature leaves are alternate and ovate with wavy margins and pointed tips. Distinctly veined, each leaf has a folded appearance along its midrib. Its flowers are greenish white and occur in clusters.
The distribution of redvine in Missouri is restricted to the southeastern section of the state.
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