Chinese Virginia Creeper
Also known as
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10 years to reach maturity
This plant has no fragrance
Chinese Virginia Creeper Overview
This vigorous climber has large dark green with bronze leaves that turn a stunning red in autumn before falling. It's flowers are an inconspicuous green but can develop into attractive blue black berries.
Common problems with Chinese Virginia Creeper
Can be attacked by red spider mite and vine weevil. It is generally disease free.
How to harvest Chinese Virginia Creeper
Generally not harvested.
How to propagate Chinese Virginia Creeper
Take hardwood cuttings in autumn.
Layer stems in summer.
Special features of Chinese Virginia Creeper
Growing in partial or full shade produces the best autumn colour.
Other uses of Chinese Virginia Creeper
Plant in wall side borders and grow up. Ideal for covering un slightly walls or fences.