Tagged with Bittersweet vine

Last Bittersweet Days of Winter

The ending of winter can be a bittersweet transition to spring. Maybe these days are a chance for uninterrupted reading opportunities, time to think about new season plants or time to prepare. For now, let’s think about bluebells, other blue flowers, a podcast, and bittersweet vine. Virginia bluebells grow on the Northern Plains! The striking blue … Continue reading

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 … Continue reading

A Bittersweet Tale

Mary Ann King, a Master Gardener from Yankton, shares information about a vine with traditions. Berries of Bittersweet woody vine are a find for birds the South Dakota holiday woods trekker.   Thanks for visiting Plant Exchange Blog. We hope you find many topics of interest about USDA Zone 4 – 5a plants and the … Continue reading