Sight unseen it's hard to say. Take a sample of the vine with leaves attached to your local independent garden center for an Id and a recommendation as to how to get rid of it. Please let us know what you find out. Best and Happy Yardening, Nancy
Hibiscus Plants Have Spidery Vine Growing On Base
Question From: FLORIDA
Q: My Hibiscus has a grayish-green-spidery attachment to the base of them. This parasitical-type plant is growing from the trunk/roots and climbing up the limbs. What is this and can it be treated? Or do I have to dig them up, treat the soil, and put something new in. One of the Hibiscus hedges is planted beside a Live Oak tree.