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Vines and Creepers

In this section we regroup climbing plants of the Parthenocissus family (vines and creepers, or "wild vines"--  Boston ivy/ Japanese ivy, the Virginia Creeper) that can be used for the greening of facades, i.e. as alternatives to grapevines. These plants are not cultivated for their fruit, they are rather 'leaf plants,' intended to be ornamental and have beautiful autumn foliage. Most of these vines are self climbers (except for one) and can be grown on trellises and espaliers. The first four featured here belong botanically to the Parthenocissus family; the last two are part of the "Vitis" family and are related to the grapevine.

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Parthenocissus tricuspidata - Foliage

"Veitchii"

Popular self-climber

Parthenocissus quinqefolia - five leaved Ivy

"Engelmannii"

Leaf shape and autumn colour

Wild Mini-Vine

Mini-Vine

Self-climber up to 3 m

Parthenocissus inserta - Foliage

Thicket Creeper

Without adhesive pads

Vitis berlandieri / riparia climbing plants

Wild Vines without Fruit

Vine leaves without 'extras'

Vitis coignetiae - Crimson Glory Vine before autumn

Crimson Glory Vine

Vigorous with autumn foliage