Peppervine grows in the following 21 states:District Of Columbia, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, West Virginia, Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana, Missouri, Ohio, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia
Images of Peppervine:
Information about Peppervine:
The following information is licensed as Creative Commons content from Wikipedia and the USDA.
More information about Peppervine may be found here
, or from the US Department of Agriculture
Nekemias arborea, commonly known as pepper vine, is native to the Southeastern United States, Texas, and New Mexico.
Its synonyms include: Ampelopsis arborea, Ampelopsis bipinnata Michx., Ampelopsis pinnata DC., Cissus arborea (L.) Des Moul., Cissus bipinnata Elliott, Cissus orientalis Lam., Cissus stans Pers., Hedera arborea (L.) Walter, Nekemias bipinnata Raf., Vitis arborea L., Vitis bipinnata Torr. & A.Gray, and Vitis orientalis (Lam.) Boiss.
Nekemias arborea is used as an ornamental plant in gardens.
Other links with information about Peppervine: