Mystery plantsPlant ID And another weird plant I can’t track down by David The Good July 10, 2014July 28, 2015 written by David The Good July 10, 2014July 28, 2015 What is it? It’s just one of those stumped days… Share this post!FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestRelated posts:Five plants that look like Marijuana: a helpful visual guide for law enforcement and the curiousIt's RUNNING BAMBOO??? Oh shoot!!!Plant ID: What Is In These Photos?Wild Edible Chinese Yams in North CarolinaIs this ginger edible? 4 comments PinterestWhatsappEmail David The Good previous post Quick – someone tell me what this plant is! RESOLVED: Clematis reticulata next post Weekend Link Roundup! Related Articles Anyone know what this is? June 17, 2015 Plant ID Needed – Annonaceae? August 8, 2018 Eating Death Apples in Paradise June 4, 2017 Pouteria multiflora January 22, 2017 Wild Edible Chinese Yams in North Carolina September 14, 2017 A Watermelon Pumpkin Cross? December 16, 2015 Discovering a New Fruit: Genipa Americana May 17, 2019 Cold-hardy cassava September 11, 2013 My brilliant readers: what is this mystery plant? May 13, 2015 The Coral Plant: An Attractive Spurge June 21, 2013 4 comments myamuhnative July 10, 2014 - 9:13 pm Aack! Pull it out ! get the roots and runners too!That is Skunk Vine an incredibly invasive vine that will grow enough biomass to smother ALL your good plants. Get it out before the flowers make seeds because every seed will germinate.When we first moved to the Nature coast about 2 years ago, it was in the back yard and the hummingbirds seemed to love it.I had to put up 8 feet of fencing to keep the dog in the yard of our rental house and within one summer the whole 8 foot perimeter fence was covered in Skunk vine.Then we found out what a problem it was from Native Plant folks. It really is a bad plant. Reply Survival Gardener/David The Good July 11, 2014 - 12:01 am HA! That's it! Just looked it up. Thank you. Too bad it's so invasive… it's gorgeous stuff. Reply John Rozett, Rozett's Nursery... Keaau Hawaii April 28, 2018 - 7:52 pm A common weed here in Hawaii. Paederia foetida locally known as Maile Pilau. One of the most insidious, pervasive viney weeds I have encountered in my 40 years of being a nurseryman in Hawaii. don’t plant this one! Reply David The Good April 30, 2018 - 9:10 am Yeah… I did some reading on it. It’s terrible. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.