This seems to be a native vine but I can't find it in any of my books. Y'all are always so good at plant ID. Maybe you can help. These are long vines growing in full sun. When a leaf is removed the plant "bleeds" a white , sticky liquid very much like a Ficus does when cut. The pictures show a full vine, leaf arrangement and a close up of both sides of the leaf.
I can't tell if it has ever flowered as there are no dead buds, flowers or berries.This probably an easy one but I can't find it...what do you think.
I went to the website on Confederate jasmine and while it resemles my plant, the leaves are all longer and more pointed. There doesn't seem to have any remnant of flowers. No seed pods, no dry flowers and no berries. I'm gonna consider it as Confederate jasmine until someone thinks it is something else. Thanks for your help.
There's oodles of star/confederate jasmine growing around here and I don't believe I've ever seen a berry/seed/etc on it in my garden or anyone else's. Plenty of flowers in the summer, but once they fade it's just the leaves again.
We Have a vine that blooms early in spring- I have yet to chase it into a picture, and have no clue past a common name. It has a yellow flower and they call it a cancer vine... Anyone know what that vine is, or looks like?
reason I ask, is that the vine will be alive now where Ol Wrangler lives, but nondescript. I have NEVER heard of this vine by any other name, I wish I were home to find this one, wistful, It climbs the trees and is one of the first colors of spring. His may not be a confederate jasmine, not if he sees a native growing... Ah well, he never closes threads to my knowledge-