Parthenocissus Quinquefolia otherwise known as the Virginia creeper is widely grown for its stunning Autumn colour. Perfect for covering large walls, fences or buildings, this is a vigorous plant that is perhaps unsuited to smaller gardens.
The foliage turns a show stopping shade of crimson-red late summer, early autumn and can produce purple berries to add to its interest. In the Spring the foliage is a deep green.
Please note, this variety if left to its own devices with grow to a height of 15m and a spread of 5m.