Parthenocissus quinquefolia

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Common Name:
Virginia Creeper, Woodbine
Plant Type:
Perennial, Climbing Vine
Sun to Part Sun
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Garden Height:
30-50 Feet
Garden Spread:
5-10 Feet
  • Fast-growing vine for sun or shade
  • Unbeatable red autumn color
  • Berries are an important food source for birds

Gorgeous creeping or climbing vine that has large compound, palmate green leaves that are 6" long. They emerge a purple color and then mature to a deeper green and in the fall change to purple then to crimson-red. The flowers are not extremely showy, but give way to blue-black berries that are quite attractive to birds. Native to the eastern U.S.

Uses: Trellis and Arbors, Groundcover, Screening
Nature Attraction: Birds
Critter Resistance: Deer
Notable Features: Vigorous Grower
Growth Habit: Climbing/Spreading

Homeowner Growing Tips: Grow in sun or shade in any fertile, well-drained soil. Tolerant of a wide range of conditions, including full shade, drought, clay soils, deer, and black walnuts. Grow on brick or stone walls, large trees, arbors, or fences; attaches easily via sucker-like discs at the end of tendrils. An effective groundcover for erosion control on slopes. May require occasional trimming to keep it in bounds.

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