Native vine used for birding and crafts. Small greenish-white flowers in June that give way to orange-yellow fruit which open in the autumn to a scarlet seed pod. Needs both male and female to produce fruit. (It is easier to plant in the same hole). Ht.: is about 20′-30′. Likes partial to full sun (fruits best in full sun), and dry to moist soil.
Carolina Moonseed (Cocculus carolinus)
Flowers greenish-white. Fruits October/November. Grows 10′-14′ in one season. Tolerates shade or sun. Adaptable to most soils. Zones 6-9.