Description of a Muscadine Vine?

Answer The muscadine grape vine (Vitis rotundifolia), also known as the scuppernong, bullace or bull grape vine, is indigenous to the southeastern United States. In its native region, this grape has been ... Read More »

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How do I prune muscadine vine?

Prune YearlyPrune muscadines in late January to early February. Locate the cordons, the lateral arms of the vine growing off of the main trunk. Locate the spurs, the lateral branches that grow off ... Read More »

Ice creeper garden vine......does anyone know of this vine or what its proper name is?

There is a bougainvillea called Raspberry Ice but that is about all I can think of.There is also a wisteria called Pink Ice.I have never heard of an ice vine before.There is an ice plant but it's a... Read More »

Is there any difference between Sweet Potato Vine - Batata - with heart-shaped leaves and purple to black skin and the vine from the edible tuberous root of the sweet potato?

Answer Probably not. I have included two web links to help you make sure. See the related links below. There is also a vine called Potato Vine which is a member of the Solanum family and it is toxi... Read More »

How to Eat Muscadine?

Muscadine grapes are large, sweet and juicy grapes with a thick skin and large seeds. Native to the southeastern U.S., these grapes are available in bronze varieties known as scuppernong, and purpl... Read More »