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wild fruiting plant

comments (1) October 24th, 2013 in gallery
diane40 diane40, member
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It looks like this plant is a vine.  It has leaves that look like currant leaves. And it has dark berries hanging but not clustered they are seperate. It look like a wild plant but may have been planted there in park area in Montreal. The yellowing leaves are from this plant and the darker ones in the background are from another plant. Also it seems to have lost a lot of leaves in the past few days. Is it a currant? 



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EllieMaye writes: My best guess would be Wild Grape/Muscadine,(uncultivated Vitis rotundifolia) - It is native to much of North America and grows wild along roadsides and woods, and your pix look very much like those that clamber rampantly through the trees in my area. Under cultivation, the species can produce larger grapes in respectable clusters, but the tougher conditions of growing wild cause it to bear smaller fruit and much more sparsely. ~ E Posted: 12:31 pm on October 24th
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