Virginia Creeper - 3.5 inch Pots (Minimum Quantity: 25 Plants)

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Virginia Creeper is a native vine with great ornamental possibilities. The green foliage of summer turns scarlet in fall. Virginia Creeper is deer resistant, drought tolerant and salt tolerant. Plant is as a ground cover or climbing vine. It is ideal for erosion control.

Name(s): Parthenocissus quinquefolia, Vitis quinquefolia, Virginia Creeper, Woodbine.

Flower Color: Light blue to white.

Bloom Time: Late spring to early summer.

Foliage: Deep green, herbaceous, 5 leaflets, fall foliage turning burgundy to bronze.

Height/Spread: 6 inches to 8 inches x 30 feet or more.

Climate Zones: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.

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Sun Exposure: Full sun to partial shade.

Soil Condition: Well-drained to dry, average to poor, pH 5.5 to 8.5.

Features: Drought tolerant, deer resistant, salt tolerant, fall foliage, native plants.

Uses: Xeriscaping, massed planting, naturalizing, ground cover, erosion control, wall cover.

Comments: Parthenocissus quinquefolia, known as Virginia Creeper or Woodbine, is a native vine with much ornamental potential that is often overlooked. Deciduous foliage with 5 leaflets emerges in spring with reddish coloring. Leaves turn green at maturity. In fall, the foliage becomes burgundy, red or bronze. Outstanding! Coloring is better with more sun exposure. Mature height growing prostrate ranges from 6 inches to 8 inches. When grown on walls or other upright supports, it can grow to 30 feet.

Virginia Creeper thrives in full sun or partial shade in USDA climate zones 3 to 9. It is tolerant of many soil types with pH ranging from 5.5 to 8.5. 

Virginia Creeper is deer resistant, drought tolerant and salt tolerant. It is great as a ground cover or climbing vine. As a ground cover, Virginia Creeper is excellent for erosion control.

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