This native vine provides food for wildlife and a stunning show of red leaves and blue berries in the fall. Its tiny white and green flowers attract bees, and it is a host plant for several of the beautiful Sphinx Moth species. The vine can be trained on a trellis or allowed to ramble over the ground as a groundcover. Note: consumption of berries or leaves, which contain oxalate crystals, can produce mouth irritation, nausea, and vomiting. Some people report irritation upon contact with the plant's sap.Full sun to shade. Medium moisture to dry conditions. Can grow up to 60' long.