Photo of Schisandra rubriflora (Vine)

Schisandra rubriflora - It is a twining, deciduous, perennial vine that grows on woody stems to 20-30' long. Dark red flowers bloom in late spring (May-June). Pollinated flowers on female plants give way to fleshy, berry-like, dark red fruits in drooping spikes. Obovate to elliptic dark green leaves (to 4-6" long) turn yellow in fall. Woody stems. Synonymous with and formerly known as Schisandra grandiflora var. rubiflora. Family: Schisandraceae 

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Schisandra rubriflora (Vine)

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