Also known as Dalrymple Vigna, Cow Pea or Hairy Cow Pea this exotic twining, climbing herbaceous vine is often introduced as a crop for stock or pasture improvement and eventually gets out of control due to its ability to disperse easily especially in tropical subtropical and swampy areas due to a preference for moist soils.
Read on to find out more about this exotic twining, climbing herbaceous vine brought to you by our guru Brooke.
Image Credits: Regen Australia.
In the meantime, be sure to check out all of Brooke’s other Weeds of the Month via the links and slideshow below:
- Ipomoea cairica
- Senna pendula var glabrata (Easter Cassia)
- Dutchman’s Pipe
- Moth Vine
- Madeira Vine
- Salvinia Molesta
- Singapore Daisy
- Climbing Asparagus Fern
- Ground Asparagus Fern
- Mother of Millions
- Lantana Camara
- Dolichandra ungues-cati (Cats Claw Creeper)
- Thunbergia alata (Black-eyed Susan)
- Cinnamomum camphora (Camphor Laurel)
- Ardisia crenata (Coral or Christmas Berry)
- Impatiens Spp.