Parthenocissus Quinquefolia (Virginia Creeper)


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Virginia Creeper is a native vine that makes a stunning fall display. It is very vigorous and tolerant of extreme conditions once established. This relative of the grape produces berries that are attractive to birds. This perennial plant is a woody vine up to 60′ long. It usually climbs up trees, shrubs, or fences, but sometimes sprawls across the ground, forming a ground cover up to 1′ tall.