PARTHENOCISSUS TRICUSPIDATA
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  • PARTHENOCISSUS TRICUSPIDATA C.3L - 06-2019
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PLANTS OF PARTHENOCISSUS TRICUSPIDATA - JAPANESE CREEPER

Ideal climbing shrub to cover frontages, walls and soils. Highly appreciated for the coloring of its foliage in autumn.

Deciduous foliage, creeping plant reaching 30m of a length. Green lobed attracting leaves turning reddish in autumn. Little green yellowish and aromatic flowers. Tiny dark blue non edible berries.

Height of plant: 60/120cm

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Plantation
Flowering
Attracts Wildlife Bees, Seed eating birds
Climate Zone Mediterranean, Temperate areas
Flower colour Green
Foliage Deciduous
Foliage color Autumn, Red
Fragrant Flower
Hardiness No drought resistant, Non hardy
Height of plant 60/120cm
Plant usage Bonsai, City garden, Climber, Erosion control, Gardening, Greencover, Honey producing plant, Walls, fences
Soil - Moisture Fresh to moist
Soil - Ph No preference
Soil - Type Fertile, Humus, No preference
Stratification Yes
Sunlight - Exposure Sun

Direct sowing in winter or to obtain a more regular and faster germination stratify in cold the seeds for 30-60 days before the sowing. It is possible to use a sowing substrate for potting or soil from the garden together with a sowing substrate if the sowing is made directly into the garden. The substrate must be wet but not soggy until the germination is completed.

It prefers clear, acid, neutral or alkaline and fertile soils.

A very fast growing plant. As the tentacles of this climbing plant do not penetrate they never damage frontages. It explains its widespread use. The irritating substances of its sap can produce inflammations and burns.

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