Parthenocissus quinquefolia – Virginia creeper

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Parthenocissus quinquefolia Virginia creeper

USA; 7 - 8m
Planting position: Full sun or semi-shade.Ideal for south-facing spots and areas with good summer rainfall.
Requires regular, thorough watering, keeping the soil moist through warm, dry periods.Well-draining soil.Spring applications of complete fertiliser.Shape pruning when necessary.
Propagate from summer semi-hardwood cuttings.

A self-clinging deciduous climber with stunning foliage. They turn crimsonduring autumn and the young leaves are also strikingly red.

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