Woody Vines

A plant with long stems, which depends on other plants or surfaces for support. Vines may get that support by means of tendrils, by twining around another object, by attaching themselves with aerial rootlets, or merely by sprawling over a more rigid plant.  Note: The list below are more common types.  Visit USDA's Plant Database to learn more.      
 

American Wisteria

Bristly Greenbrier

Cat Greenbrier

Common Greenbrier

Cross vine

Frost Grape

Heart-leaf Pepper-vine

Japanese Honeysuckle

Muscadine Grape

Poison Ivy

Riverbank Grape

Summer Grape

Trumpet Creeper

Trumpet Honeysuckle

Virginia Creeper

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