Virginia Creeper, Parthenocissus Quinquefolia
Virginia Creeper, Parthenocissus Quinquefolia turn red during Fall making them perfect for fences. Parthenocissus quinquefolia has five leaves or fingers and is a vine that can reach up to 50 feet. This is a perennial as well as the fact it comes back every year without replanting. The leaves of this plant can turn a deep red in the Fall. Sometimes this plant is mistaken for Poison Ivy. The difference is almost always told by the five leaves on the Virginia Creeper versus the three on the Poison Ivy plant. This plant can grow in nearly every area as well. Sun or shade? Does not matter. This vine can grow in either. It also grows very fast. It usual blooming time is in the Summer. This plant spreads by aminals that eat its berries. When the animal poops the berries, they have eaten can create a new plant. Nature sure has a way of taking care of itself. This item ships bare root year round.
The Virginia Creeper is easy to care for vining plant that will add a beautiful dimension to your landscape.
It thrives in both sun and shade and needs very little maintenance. The plant features five-pointed green leaves that change to stunning shades in the fall, giving your garden an intense splash of color. This deciduous vining plant is easy to plant and grows quickly with no special care needed. It’s essential to plant several vines for full coverage of a fence or trellis. The Virginia Creeper produces berries that birds love. You’ll love this lush vine too. Designing ideas Create a dense cover for masonry walls and fast shade for arbors. Can be allowed to trail over ledges and boulders. A vine-covered backdrop makes a brilliant fall statement with silvery blue limber pine and Arizona cypress.
Virginia Creeper have beautiful red fall foliage.
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