Parthenocissus quinquefolia - Five Leaved Ivy


  • The Parthenocissus quinquefolia is a tall growing, deciduous climber that originates from Eastern North America. It is a vigorous self-clinging vine growing to a mature height of 12m and a mature spread of 4m-8m meaning it requires a large garden that has a lot of space and to be pruned often. It is perfect for covering garden walls.

  • During the Summer months, subtle green flowers bloom. The flowers mature in late Summer to early Autumn into small purple-black coloured berries that are enjoyed greatly by the birds during Winter. The climber is well known for its vibrant show stopping autumnal display where its dull, green, five ovate leaflets turn a bright orange and red throughout Autumn.

  • The Parthenocissus quinquefolia is a hardy climber, tolerating temperatures as low as -25c. The plant is best positioned where it will receive full sunlight or partial shade.



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