Parthenocissus Quinquefolia Engelmanii 4 Litre Pot
Parthenocissus are vigorous deciduous climbers with either tendrils or disk-like suckers, and lobed or palmate leaves which often colour brilliantly in autumn. Inconspicuous green flowers are sometimes followed by attractive blue or black berries.
A very hardy climber that depending on the variety and the right soil condition could reach up to 12m with a spread of 4-8m over a ten year period.
Propagate by layering or hardwood cuttings. For the best autumn colour, site in partial shade or full shade. It thrives in any fertile, well-drained soil. Prune most varieties in early winter.
Parthenocissus Quinquefolia also known as Virginia Creeper with large maple like leaves that are bright green and turn brilliant orange and Scarlett from autumn onwards.. Climbs up to where ever it can find something to cling to. Tape it to the wall or fence to start and it wiil find a way to cling on it's self.