There are at least forty-two viny weed species found in the Eastern Caribbean, belonging to twelve botanical families. The Convolvulaceae has fifteen species from five genera, and the Fabaceae has twelve species from ten genera. These viny weeds are known by a variety of vernacular names, though two, including a very striking common weed, appear to have no recognized and accepted names. A simple key is presented, but it does not claim to be inclusive of all viny species. Simple brief descriptions are given.