This native vine produces gorgeous fragrant flowers from mid to late summer on 6-8′ vines. The flowers turn into edible fruit called ”maypops”. The vine climbs by tendrils, and can be planted on a trellis, a fence or even as a companion with a shrub. The fragrant flowers attract flocks of butterflies. Grows in full sun to light shade. The vine will die back to the roots in colder areas, and be woody in warm areas. Shipped as potted plants.