A very special member of this starstudded family the usual autumn foliage display but also during the growing year its attractine fingered foliage shows dramatic silver veining, particularily pronounced in a sunny situation
The Virginia Creeper is a moderate to good self-clinging vine and is well-known for its beautiful leaf form and autumn colouring. The species originates from North America and is amongst the most popular climbing plants.
An interesting form of the 'Boston Ivy'. The three to seven lobed leaves look as if they have been cut with some large pinking shears. The effect is quite stunning in autumn when the deciduous leaves colour orange-red and crimson.