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Mystery plant with spiny stem.

comments (1) February 24th, 2013 in gallery
Michael55 Michael55, member
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Leaves of the mystery plant.
Close-up of the stem.
Leaves of the mystery plant. Click the image to enlarge.

Leaves of the mystery plant.


This plant is growing on my property near an old swingset.  It is vine-like with a very spiny stem.  If I cut it down it will grow right back.



posted in: The Gallery, vine, spiny

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tntreeman writes: that is a sawbriar,,,,Smilax glauca, i have been attacked by them many many times. they grow from a large woody underground stem/bulbous thing and that must be removed or it will always come back,,,,,,fast Posted: 6:15 am on February 25th
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