Vine growing 12 to 15 feet per year
Clusters of creamy white flowers
Light: full sun to full shade
Soil: moist to dry
Also called Devil's Darning Needles
Pollinator value: Very High
Attracts butterflies, hummingbirds and native bees.
From Wildflower.org: The female flowers, with their feathery tails or plumes, give a hoary appearance and are especially showy in late summer. Lacking tendrils, the vine supports itself by means of twisted stems, or petioles, that wrap around other plants.