Autumn Revolution™ Bittersweet
A twining vine that is self-pollinating. Also known as the American Bittersweet, or the Climbing Bittersweet. This vine forms groupings of large, orange-red fruit that is not edible to humans, highlighted by dark green flossy foliage. The ornamental fruit will split open in the Fall to reveal a red seed that is surrounded by an orange skin. While the green foliage become a vibrant yellow in the Fall. The berries are widely used in the floral industry. There are also spherical berries that are green colored and ripen to a yellow shade in the Fall.