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Virginia Creeper

Virginia creeper is a climbing vine with tendrils and aerial roots to 75 feet high. It is in the grape family.

Leaves are alternate, palmately compound (leaflets arise from a single point), with 5 leaflets (rarely 7; or 3 on new growth); leaflets 2–6 inches long with pointed tips and margins coarsely toothed. Leaves typically turn bright red in autumn.

Stems are reddish-brown, finely hairy; tendrils many-branched, 1½–2 inches long, ending in sucker disks. Older stems, when climbing, develop coarse aerial roots used to attach to tree trunks, walls of buildings, and so on.

Flowering is in late May to August. Clusters arise opposite the leaves near the end of short stems of the season. Clusters are 1½–5 inches long and contain 2– flowers. Flowers are greenish, with 5 petals and with 5 stamens that extend beyond the flower.

Fruits ripen in September and October. Clusters are 3–6 inches long, with red stalks. Fruit is a dark purple berry, about ¼ inch across, globe-shaped, slightly flattened. Fruits are inedible and reputedly poisonous.

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Parthenocissus quinquefolia (Virginia creeper)
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Parthenocissus quinquefolia

Parthenocissus quinquefolia (L.) Planch.

Virginia Creeper

Vitaceae (Grape Family)

Synonym(s): Ampelopsis hederacea var. murorum, Ampelopsis latifolia, Ampelopsis quinquefolia, Hedera quinquefolia, Parthenocissus hirsuta, Parthenocissus inserta, Parthenocissus quinquefolia var. hirsuta, Parthenocissus quinquefolia var. murorum, Parthenocissus quinquefolia var. saintpaulii, Psedera quinquefolia, Psedera quinquefolia var. murorum, Vitis inserta, Vitis quinquefolia

USDA Symbol: paqu2

USDA Native Status: L48(N), CAN (N)

A woody, dedicuous vine, Virginia Creeper can be high-climbing or trailing, ft.; the structure on which it climbs is the limiting factor. Virginia Creeper climbs by means of tendrils with disks that fasten onto bark or rock. Its leaves, with 5 leaflets, occasionally 3 or 7, radiating from the tip of the petiole, coarsely toothed, with a pointed tip, and tapered to the base, up to 6 inches long. Leaves provide early fall color, turning brilliant mauve, red and purple. Inconspicuous flowers small, greenish, in clusters, appearing in spring. Fruit bluish, about 1/4 inch in diameter.

Virginia Creeper can be used as a climbing vine or ground cover, its leaves carpeting any surface in luxuriant green before turning brilliant colors in the fall. Its tendrils end in adhesive-like tips, giving this vine the ability to cement itself to walls and therefore need no support. The presence of adhesive tips instead of penetrating rootlets also means it doesn't damage buildings the way some vines do. It is one of the earliest vines to color in the fall. A vigorous grower, it tolerates most soils and climatic conditions.

In years past, children learned a rhyme to help distinguish Virginia Creeper from the somewhat similar-looking and highly toxic Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron radicans): "Leaves of three, let it be; Leaves of five, let it thrive." Poison Ivy leaflets are normally in groups of three, while those of Virginia Creeper are in groups of five. The berries of Virginia Creeper can be harmful if ingested, however, and the rest of the plant contains raphides, which irritate the skin of some people.


Plant Characteristics

Leaf Retention:Deciduous
Leaf Complexity:Palmate
Leaf Margin:Dentate
Size Notes: '
Leaf: Green
Autumn Foliage: yes
Fruit: Black, Blue
Size Class: ft.

Bloom Information

Bloom Color: White , Green
Bloom Time: May , Jun


USA: AL , AR , CO , CT , DC , DE , FL , GA , IA , IL , IN , KS , KY , LA , MA , MD , ME , MI , MN , MO , MS , NC , NE , NH , NJ , NY , OH , OK , PA , RI , SC , SD , TN , TX , UT , VA , VT , WI , WV
Canada: NB , ON , QC
Native Distribution: Quebec and Ontario south to FL, w. to s.e. MN & TX, south to Guatemala. Zones 5 to
Native Habitat: Chaparral & brush country, open woodlands, shaded woods, streamsides, riverbanks

Growing Conditions

Water Use: Low
Light Requirement: Sun , Part Shade , Shade
Soil Moisture: Moist
CaCO3 Tolerance: Medium
Cold Tolerant: yes
Heat Tolerant: yes
Soil Description: Moist, well-drained soils. Sandy, Sandy Loam, Medium Loam, Clay Loam, Clay, Rocky, Limestone-based Caliche type
Conditions Comments: Tolerates most soils and climatic conditions.


Use Ornamental: Attractive, Fall conspicuous, Twines on fences & other plants, Screens, Climbs walls & columns, Arbor, Ground cover. Unlike some climbing vines, it adheres via adhesive discs (holdfasts) rather than penetrating rootlets, so it won't damage buildings, though its clinging holdfasts can mar the appearance of walls after vines have been removed.
Use Wildlife: Fruit-birds, through the winter, inc. chickadees, nuthatches, mockingbirds, catbirds, finches, flycatchers, tanagers, swallows, vireos, warblers, woodpeckers, and thrushes. A larval host for several species of sphinx moths.
Warning: POISONOUS PARTS: Berries. Highly Toxic, May be Fatal if Eaten! Symptoms include nausea, abdominal pain, bloody vomiting and diarrhea, dilated pupils, headache, sweating, weak pulse, drowsiness, twitching of face. Toxic Principle: Oxalic acid and possibly others. (Poisonous Plants of N.C.) Also, the plant's tissues contain raphides, which can irritate the skin of some people. It is less likely to irritate, and usually, though not always, less irritating than Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron radicans), which it somewhat resembles and with which it is often confused.
Interesting Foliage: yes
Attracts: Birds
Larval Host: Abbott's Sphinx Moth (Sphecodina abbottii), Pandora Sphinx Moth (Eumorpha pandorus), Virginia Creeper Sphinx Moth (Darapsa myron), White-lined Sphinx Moth (Hyles lineata)
Deer Resistant: Moderate
Poisonous: yes

Butterflies and Moths of North America (BAMONA)


Propagation Material: Seeds
Description: Sow seed in fall or stratified and sow in spring. The easiest way to propagate is by hardwood or semi-hardwood cuttings, or by layering in the fall.
Seed Collection: Collect fruits after they have turned bluish black by hand-stripping from vine. Extract seeds from pulp and air-dry. Store in sealed containers at 42 degrees.
Seed Treatment: Stratify in moist sand or peat for 60 days at 41 degrees.
Commercially Avail: yes

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National Wetland Indicator Status

This information is derived from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers National Wetland Plant List, Version (Lichvar, R.W. The National Wetland Plant List: wetland ratings. Phytoneuron ). Click herefor map of regions.

From the National Organizations Directory

According to the species list provided by Affiliate Organizations, this plant is on display at the following locations:

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center - Austin, TX
Pineywoods Native Plant Center - Nacogdoches, TX
Texas Discovery Gardens - Dallas, TX
Delaware Nature Society - Hockessin, DE
Brackenridge Field Laboratory - Austin, TX
United States Botanic Garden - Washington, DC
Stengl Biological Research Station - Smithville, TX
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department - Austin, TX
NPSOT - Fredericksburg Chapter - Fredericksburg, TX
Georgia Native Plant Society - Atlanta, GA
Texas Master Naturalists - Lost Pines Chapter - Bastrop, TX
NPSOT - Austin Chapter - Austin, TX
Jacob&#;s Well Natural Area - Wimberley, TX
NPSOT - Williamson County Chapter - Georgetown, TX
Mt. Cuba Center - Hockessin, DE


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Bibref - Dale Groom's Texas Gardening Guide () Groom, D.
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Bibref - Field Guide to Western Butterflies (Peterson Field Guides) () Opler, P.A. and A.B. Wright
Bibref - Gardening with Native Plants of the South (Reprint Edition) () Wasowski, S. with A. Wasowski
Bibref - Landscaping with Native Plants of Texas and the Southwest () Miller, G. O.
Bibref - Native & Naturalized Woody Plants of Austin & the Hill Country () Lynch, D.
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Bibref - Poisonous Plants of North Carolina () Vondracek, W. ; L. Van Asch
Bibref - Shinners & Mahler's Illustrated Flora of North Central Texas () Diggs, G. M.; B. L. Lipscomb; B. O'Kennon; W. F
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Additional resources

USDA: Find Parthenocissus quinquefolia in USDA Plants
FNA: Find Parthenocissus quinquefolia in the Flora of North America (if available)
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