- Zone: 3
- Height: 6-8’ Spread: 30-40’
- Fall Color: Red
- An aggressive vine which climbs as well as creeps.
- Leaves are five-parted, turning brilliant red in the fall The berries are favorites of birds.
- Good choice for growing on a north wall or to brighten a dark area because of its colorful fall leaves
- The vines have holdfasts that attach to a wall or structure.
- Space plants 5 to 10 feet apart.
Virginia Creeper (Parthenocissus quinquefolia) is a vigorous climbing vine. It is great cover for arbors, entry-ways, and walls. It is sometimes used as a ground cover or to control erosion. Virginia Creeper has leaves that turn red-maroon in fall. Virginia Creeper produces small blue-black fruits in fall that birds eat. Low to regular water. Hardy to USDA Zone 4.