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Vitis monticola

One of about 30 American species or Wild vines with complete botanical name Vitis monticola Buckl. A description was first published by the US biologist Buckley in 1862, which is also included in the name. Botanical synonyms or old names are Vitis aestivalis var. Monticola, Vitis champanii, Vitis foexana, Vitis montana and Vitis texana. A trivial synonym is Sweet Mountain Grape . Together with the species Vitis palmata and Vitis vulpina the group Cordifoliae is formed. The vine comes in the southwestern United States New Mexico and Texas in front. It prefers sandy or loamy soil and has high resistance to drought, It has no meaning as a wine grape, but is used for crossings because of its properties. See also below American vines and Vines systematics,

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