Bittersweet (Celastrus orbiculatus) - pretty berries, but this is a rampant, insidious weed, very difficult to eradicate. It can grow to 60 feet in length.

Bittersweet (Celastrus orbiculatus) - pretty berries, but this is a rampant, insidious weed, very difficult to eradicate. It can grow to 60 feet in length.

This is a guide about growing bittersweet. Bittersweet is an easy to grow vine known for its beautiful fall color.

Growing Bittersweet

This is a guide about growing bittersweet. Bittersweet is an easy to grow vine known for its beautiful fall color.

If one bittersweet vine isn’t enough for your garden, you can propagate it and grow more. You can either start growing bittersweet cuttings or plant bittersweet seeds. If you are interested in propagating American bittersweet vines, click here for tips.

Propagating American Bittersweet Vines – Growing Bittersweet Cuttings And Seedlings

If one bittersweet vine isn’t enough for your garden, you can propagate it and grow more. You can either start growing bittersweet cuttings or plant bittersweet seeds. If you are interested in propagating American bittersweet vines, click here for tips.

This arbor, made from bittersweet vine, is a unique and beautiful way to delineate areas of your yard.

This arbor, made from bittersweet vine, is a unique and beautiful way to delineate areas of your yard.

AMERICAN BITTERSWEET VINES/ATTRACTS: Pheasants for the berries and shelter. Plant around their feeding area. Make Bouquets from and hang in low areas for Pheasants to eat from. Important in January. (One of the Pheasants favorite vine).

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AMERICAN BITTERSWEET VINES/ATTRACTS: Pheasants for the berries and shelter. Plant around their feeding area. Make Bouquets from and hang in low areas for Pheasants to eat from. Important in January. (One of the Pheasants favorite vine).

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