Along with others like porcelain berry, garlic mustard and Japanese barberry, it has laid waste to the periphery of the county's highways and byways.
The National Park Service also recognizes Asiatic bittersweet and porcelain berry as threats and has authorized development of a strategy for their control.
Ampelopsis brevipedunculata is a cultivated form of porcelain berry, that invasive vine with the beautiful blue-green berries, only this one can be controlled.
It's almost like suggesting poison ivy - only porcelain berry is not poisonous.
The most harmful varieties are the Japanese honeysuckle, the porcelain berry, the climbing bittersweet and wisteria.
A. You have not used the word "beautiful" but other than that have written a standard description of porcelain berry, Ampelopsis brevipedunculata.
Exotic vines, such as the Asian porcelain berry, Japanese honeysuckle, and Asiatic bittersweet have begun smothering parts the floodplain forest.
Using our shotguns like kayak paddles, we pushed through the thicket of porcelain berry and wild rose that created perfect woodcock cover.
At least, I tell myself, I'm not planting anything invasive: no porcelain berry for me, and no wasteful attempts to grow more grass.
Before planting a perennial vine, consider that some, like Japanese honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica) and porcelain berry (Ampelopsis brevipedunculata), are noxious weeds, but are still sold in many garden centers.