Akebia

This group consists of hardy, semi-evergreen, climbing plants that are natives of Japan, China, and Korea. They are grown for their pretty flowers and foliage. The flowers of these plants are followed by interesting, sausage-shaped, edible fruits. They are suitable for growing over hedges, low trees, bushes, or stumps. A. quinata (Fiveleaf Akebia) ...
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Akebia

genus of woody vines comprising two species native to Asia but introduced elsewhere for their ornamental foliage and fast growth. The genus belongs ... [1 related articles]
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Akebia

Akebia is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Akebia

Akebia is a genus of five species of flowering plant, within the family Lardizabalaceae. The scientific name, akebia, is a Latinization of the Japanese name for species Akebia quinata: 通草. There are five species including: ==Invasive plant== Akebia quinata is listed under the National Pest Plant Accord as an `unwanted organism` in New Zealan.....
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