The creamy peavine reaches 0.3 to 1 metres in height and it is a climbing plant. The flowers of the creamy peavine are white to yellowish white and they cluster on the plant in bunches of 6 to 15.
RANGE & HABITAT
They are found in the open woods and can tolerate moist to dry conditions in northern B.C., the southern part of the North West Territories, and east to Ontario. They are more common in mixed forests with deciduous and coniferous trees as opposed to just coniferous forests.
The fruit of the creamy peavine opens in late summer and appears as hairless pods. As the fruit ages the pods turn brown and twist open. They are perennial plants in this habitat.
Livestock animals will eat this type of plant if they can find it. It can be poisonous when eaten in large quantities.
TRADITIONAL USES BY INDIGENOUS PEOPLES
No recorded uses
Farmers use this plant as a natural fodder to feed their livestock.
COSEWIC: Not at Risk