What is this vine with oak leaves?

feedindyApril 27, 2010

Hello,

Can anyone identify this vine? The leaves look like Oak leaves and the new growth stem part of the vine is red. The leaves are about 3 inches long. It doesn't seem to be twining and it is not attaching to any part of the bush it is growing under. But it is definitely some sort of vine. I have 2 pics in the link...

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Here is a link that might be useful: Pictures of the vine

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carol23_gw

I believe it is Lonicera japonica, an invasive honeysuckle.
New leaves in spring can be serrate as shown in the link below. Look at the newest leaves at the tips of the plant. They are not lobed.

I have been digging and spraying this nasty invasive in my new garden.

Here is a link that might be useful:

    Bookmark   May 2, 2010 at 9:23AM
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