PARTHENOCISSUS QUINQUEFOLIA - Parra virgen
  • PARTHENOCISSUS QUINQUEFOLIA - Parra virgen
  • PARTHENOCISSUS QUINQUEFOLIA - Parra virgen

PLANTS OF PARTENOCISSUS QUINQUEFOLIA - VIRGINIA CREEPER

An ornemental climber to cover walls, buildings and grounds.

A deciduous climber which can reach 18m with attractive green and palmated leaves turning reddish in autumn. Non edible small dark-blue berries.

Height of plant: 60/120cm
9,16  without VAT (10%)

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Plantation
Flowering
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Attracts Wildlife Seed eating birds
Climate Zone Temperate, Temperate areas
Foliage Deciduous
Foliage color Autumn, Green, Red
Fruit color Blue
Hardiness Drought resistant, Hardy (tolerates temperatures down to -5ºC)
Height of plant 60/120cm
Plant usage City garden, Climber, Erosion control, Gardening, Greencover, Low maintenance garden, Medicinal, Walls, fences
Soil - Ph No preference
Soil - Type Potting mix
Sunlight - Exposure No preference

Dig a hole at least two or three times as wide and deep as the root ball. Take out the plant from the container and loosen roots to allow them to spread out in all direction. Cut possible broken roots. Mix the soil extracted with a substrate and fill part of the hole with the mixture obtained. Place the plant in the hole and cover with the remaining mixture. Compact the soil around the plant and water thoroughly.

It prefers humid, deep and compost rich soils.

It is widely used in gardening because of its attractive leaves. It is useful to control erosion. The Indians of America use it against diarrhea and urinary problems. The berries are highly toxic for people but not for birds. Indeed it means a good autumn-winter food for them.

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