Easy climbing vine


Virginia creeper, though it is sometimes confused with ivy offers many assets to cover ripe, pergolas and trellises.

L’maintenance is very easy and’decorative appearance quite remarkable.

In short, that’you should know:

Name : Parthenocissus
Family : Vitaceae
Type : Climbing

Height
: 10 to 20 m
Exposure : Sunny and part shade
Ground : Ordinary

Foliage
: Deciduous
Flowering : June-July (very slight)

Planting the vine:

Prefer a plantation of vine to printempsec to’autumn frost period.

Water regularly during the first year after planting.

  • It is necessary to palisser plant early before that’she s’hangs herself.
  • At the end of’1 or 2 year your vine win any single the rest of your wall
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Size of the vine:


Leave climb the vine at will, c’that's how’it will be the most beautiful.

You can cut throughout the’year if it becomes too intrusive or for’help cover windows and roofs ...

Namely the vine:

This woody climbing has the’benefit shoot up but also to create a formidable wall color from the’arrival of’fall with flamboyant colors, red, yellow, orange.

At’Like ivy, his cleats n’not harm the old walls and thus presents no problem with that’they s’hang on the wall.

Council clever about the vine:

Unlike the ivy, Virginia creeper is obsolete and thus much richer in variety of colors throughout the’year!