My friend moved to a place with a neglected yard. An awe inspiring invasive vine is blanketing everything growing. I had to look closely to see the hazelnut and other native plants under the vine. It has spread to the lower limbs of a nearby fir tree and seems to be rampant. It may have started in the raised bed, now full of weeds. The leaves are big with rounded edges like a grape leaf, not pointy fingerlike. It has lots of culy tendrils. It does not grow from a stalk or trunk. The flowers are tiny white star shaped. Not in big clusters. The seed pods are green with spines. About the size of a lemon wit no obvious seam. When ripe, the pods turn brown, open with 4 or 6 (not sure) chestnut like seeds.There is a thin lacey membrane. This plant somehow gives me the creeps. I have pictures to show, first I have to figure out how to get them from my phone to the computer. As soon as I figure it out, I will post the pictures.