Virginia Creeper

Virginia Creeper

Parthenocissus quinquefolia

Virginia creeper vines are pretty in spring and summer, but spectacular in fall. Their leaves turn a gorgeous orange or red color that catches the autumn light on arbors, fences and walls.

This is a hardy, fast-growing vine that can be planted in any soil and pruned in spring or as needed during the growing season. They produce small blue-black berries that attract birds in fall and winter.

Type of Plant: Vine

Distinguishing Characteristics: Gorgeous orange or red leaves in fall

Water Use: Moderate

Flower Color: NA

Sun/Location: Full to Part Sun