Boston Ivy Plant - Parthenocissus ticuspidata Veitchii - 2.5" Pot

Price: $9.99


Features:
  • Immediate shipping. Dormant shipping in winter.
  • Mature Height: 14-20'
  • Self-clinging tendrils


Red Wall ™ Virginia Creeper - Parthenocissus - Proven Winner

Price: $4.99


Features:
  • Vibrant red fall color
  • Months of Bloom: Summer
  • Immediate shipping in 4" pot. Dormant shipping in winter.


10 cuttings of Parthenocissus inserta, grape virginia creeper 6-8 inches long

10 cuttings of Parthenocissus inserta, grape virginia creeper 6-8 inches long

Price: $23.58


Features:
  • fruit
  • fruit seeds
  • Ship to : worldwide


Virginia Creeper Vine Seeds (Parthenocissus quinquefolia) 30+Seeds

Virginia Creeper Vine Seeds (Parthenocissus quinquefolia) 30+Seeds

Price: $4.70


Features:
  • Virginia Creeper - A woody, dedicuous vine, Virginia Creeper can be high-climbing or trailing, 3-40 ft.; the structure on which it climbs is the limiting factor. Virginia Creeper climbs by means of tendrils with disks that fasten onto bark or rock. Its leaves, with 5 leaflets, occasionally 3 or 7, radiating from the tip of the petiole, coarsely toothed, with a pointed tip, and tapered to the base, up to 6 inches long.


⟹ Virginia creeper, Parthenocissus quinquefolia Be careful with this plant and here's why! #vine

HELLO EVERYBODY! Here's the Virginia creeper, Parthenocissus quinquefolia! The plant is in the Vitaceae family. It is a poisonous plant like poison ivy. If you get the sap on you it can cause...

Nature Journal: WNC vines that don't take the winter off - Asheville Citizen-Times

Even in winter, vines are fascinating — especially those that retain their leaves through a long, hard winter of the sort we’re experiencing this year. Instead of the showy flowering structures that appear in summer, we can, in winter, shift our attention to the less showy climbing strategies involving sharp thorns and sticky pads as well as intricate leaf and stem patterns.

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  2. Wild cucumber and Virginia creeper threaten trees, shrubs
    Virginia creeper is often confused with poison ivy, but poison ivy has three leaflets. The flowers are inconspicuous and green in color. The fruit is a small, bluish-black berry that contains two to three seeds. The woody vines can climb or trail along
  3. The Augusta Chronicle Campbell Vaughn: Poison ivy or Virginia creeper? Be sure you know
    There is a vine that tricks a lot of folks. It is aggressive, native and looks a little similar to one that will make you break out in a mean rash. Virginia Creeper (Parthenocissus quinquefolia) is a very abundant, woody vine that is found from the
  4. 27east.com A Colorful Fall Could Be On The Horizon
    The vines of Virginia creeper and poison ivy can also provide striking shows of reds as well while the invasive bittersweet vine can be a vibrant yellow—though there is a native, noninvasive species. The degree of color may vary from one tree or vine
  5. Scottsbluff Star Herald PANHANDLE PERSPECTIVES: Threat from wild cucumber and Virginia creeper
    SCOTTSBLUFF — Two weedy vines are receiving a lot of attention this year. Both can be found in our shrubs, trees and fences. If left un-managed, they can smother out shrubs and trees by preventing the tree leaves from photosynthesizing and eventually 

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  1. A vigorous and fast growing vine, Virginia creeper (Parthenocissus quinquefolia) is an outstanding plant for nearly any soil and light situation.Growing Virginia creeper vine provides a nearly carefree addition to the landscape. Virginia creeper maintenance is limited to light pruning and tying up.
  2. Description. Virginia creeper is a fast-growing vine identified by its distinctive green leaves, each containing five small leaflets. The plant will cling to most surfaces or spread on the ground ...
  3. A Virginia creeper vine is a type of climbing vine that is native to the Eastern Seaboard of the US. When growing a Virginia...
  4. (Virginia Creeper) Every plant/shrub has its place, and Parthenocissus Red Wall™ fits nicely into that description. Although Red Wall™ may not be for everyone, Virginia Creeper is for someone.
  5. If I told you to add to your landscape a vine that climbs trees and sometimes forms a ground cover, has berries that birds love, has multiple leaflets (sometimes three), is frequently found in woods and woods edges, and turns red in the fall, you might be intrigued, but you also might think I was telling you to plant poison ivy (Taxus radicans).But, in fact, that also describes Virginia ...
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