Common Name: Cat-claw vine
* Native to Central America.
Cat-claw vine isused horticulturally but is very invasive and impossible to control in warm climates.
It spreads via underground tubers.
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|Leaves are compound in two leaflets, and have 3-pronged appendages with claw-like tips that help them climb.||Inflorescences are solitary, and bright lemon yellow. They bloom in the Spring.|