Vitis coignetiae – Crimson glory vine

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Vitis coignetiae Crimson glory vine

Japan; 5 - 8m
Planting position: Full sun or semi-shade.Areas not prone to humidity.
Tolerates drought, once established.
Requires regular summer watering.Well-draining, compost-enriched soil.Spring application of a high-nitrogen fertiliser.Light summer pruning and harder winter pruning.Watch out for attacks from caterpillars.
Propagate from winter hardwood cuttings.

Providing amazing autumn displays when its 5 lobed leaves turn orange and red.Round black fruit appear after light green flowers. Deciduous and hardy climber.

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