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Can someone ID this vine? Japanese Honeysuckle

 
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I don't remember seeing this last year, and it looks quite similar to poison oak - which I've never seen in person before.

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Can't be sure, but I'd guess at Lonicera japonica, Japanese honeysuckle.
The leaves a very variable, change shape and appearance at different stages of growth. If you google it you'll at first say"nah, it's nothing like that", but keep looking and you'll find some pics that look similar.
 
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Thats what it is its the invasive Japanese honeysuckle. Yet most in the plant world wage war on all honeysuckle.
 
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I ti not the japonica one because the japonica hasn't got wavy edges. It is probably a honeysuckle though.
 
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I am trying to ID a vine that looks very much like that, same leaves except it three leaves on alternating stalks and without the red stalk.

I believe the seeds came in a packet of mystery seeds we got when we bought milkweed seeds or plants.

It differently is not poison oak or honey suckle.  The closest vine I have found is 'herb robert' but it doesn't have a mousy smell [whatever that is].

Since it came with seeds that Monarch butterflies like I would think the same of these plants but it has not flowered.
 
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oliver moss wrote:Can't be sure, but I'd guess at Lonicera japonica, Japanese honeysuckle.
The leaves a very variable, change shape and appearance at different stages of growth. If you google it you'll at first say"nah, it's nothing like that", but keep looking and you'll find some pics that look similar.



yes sir, that is japanese honeysuckle.
 
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