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Watering can with Bittersweet vine| #PottingShed #fall


Bittersweet (Celastrus orbiculatus) - pretty berries, but this is a rampant, insidious weed, very difficult to eradicate. It can grow to 60 feet in length.

from ThriftyFun

Growing Bittersweet

This is a guide about growing bittersweet. Bittersweet is an easy to grow vine known for its beautiful fall color.

Bittersweet...favorite decoration to use in the Fall...My husband takes his sister and me every Fall to gather our bittersweet...such a great tradition...


Bittersweet Vine garland | Fall Harvest Bittersweet Berry Garland -

from The Krazy Coupon Lady

10 Brilliant Ways to Decorate for Fall That Won't Blow Your Budget

Wrap white pumpkins in bittersweet vine | 10 Brilliant Ways to Decorate for Fall…

Black capped chickadee ~ Spending time in nature makes me happy. Since I can't get out hiking and camping I love observing nature in my backyard...birds, butterflies, insects, lizards, wild plants, vines, berries, grapes


Bittersweet Vine: With its brilliant orange clusters of flowers and fruit hanging on winding vines and curling tendrils, bittersweet brings its vivid display of color to the landscape just as other plants are fading. To make wreaths, work with the vines before the berries have fully opened and beware as they stain clothing and floors. (This hardy plant can be an invasive species, running ramplant, and needs to be controlled in a garden.) via and…