HONEYVINE MILKWEED, Ampelamus albidus (Nutt.) Britt. 1, portion of plant; 2, seed pod; 3, seed. Perennial, reproducing by seeds and by long spreading roots. Stems smooth, slender, twining, without milky juice. Leaves smooth, heart-shaped, pointed, with long petioles, in pairs at the nodes on the stem. Flowers small, whitish, borne in clusters on stalks from the axils of the leaves. Seed pod similar to that of common milkweed but smooth and green. Seeds brown, flattened, oval, with a tuft of silky, white hairs at tip. Found in cultivated fields and fence rows, especially in areas with fertile, moist soil.