Parthenocissus tricuspidata Veitchii
Parthenocissus tricuspidata Veitchii
Virginia Creeper

Parthenocissus tricuspidata Veitchii

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This small leaved Virginia Creeper is a vigorous climber, adept at self-clinging, bearing ovate leaves that turn from purple to green to dark purple in autumn. These leaves are smaller than the typical species and once mature, form a habitat for insects and small birds 

This climber needs plenty of space and a careful hand at keeping it under control. Small green flowers are inconspicuous, and berries are dull and blue. For the best colour, position in shade or partial shade. It is a recipient of the RHS AGM (Award of Garden Merit), for all round excellence.

  • Flowers: Inconspicuous
  • Hardy
  • Well drained soil 
  • South, East or North aspects
  • Full sun or partial sunlight 
  • Sheltered
  • May need support while it establishes
  • Will lose all its leaves in winter with fresh, new foliage in the spring
  • Prune regularly in autumn or early winter to keep under control, with special attention paid to any stems encroaching windows or roof tiles.
  • Harmful if ingested