This woody vine, or twining shrub is in high demand by florists for its orange berries that appear in the fall and persist into the winter. Male & female plants are required for flowering, and the blooms are small and greenish. The berries are poisonous but the dried rootstock has been used medicinally as a treatment for skin cancer.
Height: Up to 24 Feet
Bloom Colour: Green
Light: Full Sun to Part Shade
Soil: Moist, Sandy/Gravel & Average Soil
Habitat: Edges of Woods, Thickets & Meadows