Angle-Pod (Sand Vine;Climbing Milkweed; Blue Vine)
A perennial, vigorous, aggressive climber that can cover fences and shrubs. Flowers in open groups arising on stalks from the leaf axils. Flowers are white, tiny, and strongly scented; the corolla lobes stand upright around a fleshy corona. Blooms July–September. Leaves heart-shaped to triangular, opposite, to 3 inches long. Unlike many other milkweeds, this species has clear latex and thus has watery sap (not milky). Fruit a large, tapering pod; seeds are attached to tufts of white silky hairs and are released on warm days in late winter or early spring.