roundleaf greenbrier

Smilax rotundifolia

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Smilax rotundifolia, known as common greenbrier, is a woody vine native to the Eastern United States. The leaves are glossy green, petioled, alternate, and circular to heart-shaped. They are generally 5–13 cm long. Common greenbriar climbs other plants using green tendrils growing out of the petioles.

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