Several species of wild grape (Vitis spp.) grows wild across much of the United States. The most common ones are fox grape (Vitis labrusca), summer grape (Vitis aestivalis), and riverbank grape (Vitis riparia).

Be careful about identifying wild grape properly because there are several vines that you may confuse it with.


Leaves: Heart-shaped, tri-lobed, roughly toothed, rough to the touch.


Fruit: Blackish blue

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