Bittersweet Nightshade: Leaves simple, pinnately veined, either entire with a cordate-ovate shape, or with two basal-lateral lobes. Flowers clustered, purple with yellow centers, shaped like shooting stars (similar to potato or tomato flowers). Fruit bright red berries in clusters.
Orange Honeysuckle: Simple leaves, pinnately veined. Flowers clustered, orange, long, tubular in shape.
English Ivy: Leaves are simple, and either ovate with pinnate venation, or 3 to 5 lobed (palmately veined). Plants may form dense clumps of ground cover, or may creep up trunks into trees. Some plants may be over one hundred feet long!