Anybody *know* what this is please?
I have that vine as well. Beautiful ever summer. I do not know what it is either! My friend brought a root from California from his plant and buried it in my garden 9 yrs ago. He didn't know the name of it. Hoping someone knows
Maybe its kitten's paw? That grows all over here
It looks like English Ivy!? It's a pretty hardy ivy, easy to grow without much maintenance! The only reason I know that is because I've had them before and didn't kill them! ;)
It looks like a moon vine. That appears to be a bud or maybe seed pod. Night blooming and smells great!!!
Here is a picture posted by a Hometalk member showing a Moonvine. As you can see it is not the same leaf. English Ivy has a shiny leaf and does not bloom like the plant in the picture.
It is like english ivy in looks, but english ivy doesn't get those large blooms/pods either. It's got to be something else. Don't know what.
Looks like some type of bindweed to me (There are several)
Hate that stuff! Donna I do believe your right Bindweed! Its seed is Prohibited in the State of Georgia
Looks like a potato vine to me..Hard to et rid of because they make
many bulbs in the ground and you have to get everyone of them.
I believe Donna Dixon is correct in that it is Bindweed, nasty stuff. Definitely not English Ivy nor Moonflower (moonflower leaves are much larger).
Having pulled up quite a bit of the stuff, again, this morning, I'm with Donna. Some type of bindweed and I doubt you will want to keep it around for long. What I pulled up was trying to take over my hydrangeas.
Must be relative of wild morning glory.... just pulled out 50 gal. tub of this year's crop. Darn stuff just won't go away!
definitely not English Ivy
According to what I found online, bindweed is a type of perennial wild morning glory, so that explains the resemblance. http://www.ipm.ucdavis.edu/PMG/PESTNOTES/pn7462.html
No-not a bindweed. Doesn't that produce a flower? This vine is greenery only with large heart shaped delicate leaves not like English ivy. Grows from a single root stem that doesn't multiply.
This the pic of the flower....figured it out it is: Asarina - Climbing Snapdragon Vines... Thanks for all your help :)
How nice for you! That has a lovely bloom and it's not an "undesirable" that will take over. :-)
looks like kuzu if it is u DONT want it
Maybe morning glory?
It could be wild cucumber which is a very invasive weed.