Parthenocissus quinquefolia
Virginia Creeper

Vigorous, high-climbing vine, clinging by adhesive disks on the ends of the modified tendrils.
30-50 feet tall or more
Flowers are greenish-white, borne in cymes, forming terminal panicles, not showy.
Leaves are alternate, palmately compound with 5 leaflets, each being elliptic, 1½-4 inches long, with an acuminate tip and coarsely serrate margins.
Fall color is purple-red to a brilliant crimson red, usually the first woody plant to color, very showy.
Fruit is a bluish-black, bloomy berry, ¼ inch in diameter, ripening in September-October


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