Greenbriers

Green-stemmed, often evergreen, mostly thorny, vines climbing by tendrils attached to the persistent bases of the leafstalks.

V LAUREL GREENBRIER, Smilax laurifolia p, 182

Swamps and bottomlands; New Jersey and Tennessee to Florida and Texas.

if REDBERRY GREENBRIER, Smilax t cal ten p. 182

Sandy and hopgtj places; Coastal Plain from Louisiana and Florida to New Jersey.

if BRISTLY GREENBRIER p. 182

Smilax tamnoides vur, hispirla

Fertile soils; New York, s, Ontario and S. Dakota to Florida and Texas

Í HELLFETTER GREENBRIER p, 182

S. tamnoides (not illus.)

i GLAUCOUS GREENBRIER, Smilax glauca p. 183

Woods and thickets; s. New England, se. New York, e. Pennsylvania, W, Virginia, s, Ohio, s, Illinois, and se, Missouri to Florida and Texas,

í BULLBRIEH GREENBRIER, Smilax bona-nox p. 183

Woods and thickets; se, Massachusetts, Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky, se. Indiana, s. Illinois, Missouri, and Kansas to Florida and Texas.

if COMMON GREENBRIER, Smilax rotundifolia p. 183

Woods and thickets; Nova Scotia, s. Maine, s. New Hampshire, New York, s. Ontario, st Michigan, Illinois, se. Missouri, and Oklahoma to Florida and Texas,

Typical

Greenbrier berries

Berries block

LAUREL

Berries block

Leaves green beneath narrow, broad, leathery not leathery

Stems round

Thorns absenf, or present mainly on lower portions

Leaves broad, not leathery green white beneath beneath

Stems round

Many thorns, but os weak prick/es

Berries red

REDBERRY

Berries blue-

black

BRISTLY

GLAUCOUS

Berries

Berries black, 1-seeded

Leaf shape / variable

Leaves broad, leathery, green beneath \ with without bristly "fringe

Stems angled; angled bases or round; scaly bases smooth

Many fboms, sfouf

Berries or black, 2-seeded

BULLBRIER COMMON

GapyrigfilexJ triatrial

V. PLATE 34

GRAPES (1)

Dark-stemmed, thornless vines climbing by tendrils. Leaves variable, often deeply lohed; bases not remaining in winter

GROUP i (Group II, Plate 35)

Twigs round, brown; older bark shreddy; pith not continuous; no tendrils opposite each 3rd leaf (except in 'ox Grape and New England Grape, which have tendrils opposite most leaves).

la — Leaves red-woolly or very white beneath.

) FOX GRAPE, Vitis labmsca Fertile soils; s. Maine and s. ! nessee.

5r NEW ENGLAND GRAPE Vm novae-angliae (not illus.)

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