A Bittersweet Tale

Mary Ann King is a South Dakota Master Gardener who enjoys finding out more about plants that grow locally such as the native vine bittersweet.

Bittersweet vine, which is not an invasive species in this area, can be cultivated for its winter display of red berries.

Thanks to Mary Ann King for sharing with Plant Exchange readers. See King’s article “A Bittersweet Tale” at this link

URL:http://www.yankton.net/river_city/article_ea0031e4-4aab-11e4-bd00-0301eb86a484.html

Thanks for your visit to Plant Exchange Blog. We post a feature weekly, usually on Fridays.We also post on the 15th of each month on “Garden Bloggers Bloom Day” for a chance to show you what is in bloom here, around the United States and in other countries. You can catch the blog later to see the blooms too.

Happy New Year and thanks to all you Plant Exchange readers! Over three thousand have visited the blog in the past three years and visits are increasing. You stop by, read articles, some comment, and some choose to follow us.

Our loyal readers are from the southern Missouri River Valley region of South Dakota and Nebraska, from around South Dakota, and some from around the United States including Alaska. Around the world, hats off to Canada, South Africa, United Kingdom, and New Zealand.

With three years of featured topics there are plenty of posts under the categories on the right side of the page. We hope you will continue to enjoy topics about plants of the USDA Zone 4 – 5a growing zone and the people who grow them.

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