My Autumn Revolution Bittersweet looks more like a vine than a bush- where is the best place to plant it?

My Autumn Revolution Bittersweet looks more like a vine than a bush- where is the best place to plant it?

This plant is actually a vine that produces fruit. Although it looks good, it is not edible!

With the Autumn Revolution Bittersweet, you don’t have to worry about having both male and female plants since Autumn Revolution’s flowers have both male and female parts. They are great for decorating for fall and also for cut flower arrangements. Avoid planting it around trees and shrubs. Instead, plant it so the vine will grow on a trellis, arbor, fence or along a wall.

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