This vine is one of the host plants of the Golden Banded-skipper.
I never realized that the petals of this Clematis resembled a Maltese cross until I viewed the flower from below.
Clematis ternifloraNot native.
The orange color of this parasitic vine can be easily spotted in green vegetation that it is encroaching.
This species of Swallowwort, a member of the milkweed family, can be identified by its long flower stalks and notches on its inner petals.
This Jessamine grows in boggy and swampy areas whereas its cousin, the Carolina Jessamine, grows in drier uplands. Swamp Jessamine flowers also have a light fragrance.
This native vine has been widely adopted by homeowners because of its early-blooming bright yellow flowers and evergreen leaves.
The Angle Pod vine used to be in the Matelea genus with the Alabama Spiny Pod (Matelea alabamensis), Yellow-flowered Spiny Pod (M. flavidula), and Baldwin's Spiny Pod (M. baldwyniana), but was separated from them because it has a smooth pod instead of a spiny pod.