Araujia sericifera

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Photo courtesy UC Davis Weeds of California

Common names: bladderflower

Araujia sericifera (bladderflower) is a perennial vine (family Asclepiadaceae) with white to pale pink flowers and triangular leaves found in the central and south coast ranges and transverse ranges of California. It is native to South America. It grows in woodlands, grasslands, and scrub and chaparral habitat. It’s seed pods spread predominantly via wind, but sometimes by water or birds.

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